Celtic’s recent historic ‘Quadruple Treble’ is an outlier in World Football.
Success of that nature is incredibly hard to come by, and the history of Celtic (and of football) tells us this.
Despite dominating Scottish Football in large spells, Celtic have won just 7 trebles in their 135 year history.
4 of which were in the last 5 years.
The others were won by Jock Stein’s side in the 66/67 and 68/69 seasons, with Martin O’Neill’s all conquering team of 2000/01 completing the set.
It’s therefore not a foregone conclusion that Ange Postecoglou’s side are going to coast their way to treble number 8.
Far from it.
But what (or who?) is going to stop them from doing so?
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