CELTIC took a massive step closer to reclaiming the Scottish Premiership title with a battling 2-1 win over Rangers at Ibrox.
Goals from Cameron Carter-Vickers and Tom Rogic sealed the win and though manager Ange Postecoglou won’t say it out loud he and his players are edging ever closer to league success in his first season in charge.
Tino, Mif & James were in the studio to discuss all the big talking points from a frenzied Glasgow Derby and what the result now means for Celtic’s title dream.
In addition we look ahead to the fixture with St Johnstone at Celtic Park on Saturday which could see Celtic take an incredible 9 point lead in the table, with Rangers not scheduled to face St Mirren until Sunday.
Just 6 league games remain as Ange and his players look to achieve what would have been unthinkable at the start of the season!
0:00 Welcome To The Celtic Exchange Weekly: Celtic Edge Closer To The Scottish Premiership With Win At Ibrox
2:42 Captain Callum McGregor – Leading By Example
11:46 Glasgow Derby Defensive Masterclass – Cameron Carter-Vickers, Carl Starfelt & Greg Taylor
17:36 The Incredible Workrate of Daizen Maeda
27:35 Giorgos Giakoumakis – More Than just Goals
32:03 Disappointing Off-Field Incidents at Ibrox
38:12 Ange Postecoglou – The Ultimate Modern Day Manager
51:05 Celtic v St Johnstone – Our Last Pre-Split Fixture
54:05 Would a Scottish Premiership Title Win This Year Be The Best In Modern Times?
57:06 Closing Comments – The Celtic Exchange Weekly, Episode 63
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