How Celtic Boss Ange Postekoglou Can Refresh Squad On Hoops’ Destiny Date With Bodo/Glimt In Norway

CELTIC’s European hopes hang in the balance ahead of their trip to snowy Bodo today.

Things went wrong for Hoops when they lost 3-1 at their own ground in the first match.


Celtic boss Ange Postekoglou has a lot of options up his sleeve.

But Ange Postecoglou has no shortage of weapons up his sleeve as he offers to turn the tide in this evening’s second leg – and only a fool would write off Hoops’ chances.

These days it is not easy to guess the composition of his team, given the strength of the team with which the Australian has to work.

But here’s SunSport’s best guess online that it’s a huge matchup in tough conditions as the Hoops claim European Conference League survival.

Joe Hart

The veteran Englishman is self-selected and the Hoops need his good performance if the Hoops are to stay in the cup.

Anthony Ralston

Such a challenge, for which the member of the Scottish national team seems to be tailor-made.

Cameron Carter-Vickers

Postecoglou, who rarely leaves the Hoops starting team, needs a Spurs loan man to organize.

Karl Starfelt

A veteran of Scandinavian and Russian football, the Swede should not suffer unduly from the conditions. Need more performance.

Josip Yuranovich

Greg Taylor came under fire after losing to Bodo/Glimt and the Croatian’s experience could come in handy.

Nir Bitton

An overabundance of resources in midfield for the Aussie and Postecoglou needs to find the right balance. Hoops fans will want their boss to throw a house at the Norwegians, but Bitton can provide a little defensive cover.

Celtic V Bodo Line Upp


Callum McGregor

The skipper is a definite starter and someone the Norwegians will have to pay close attention to, especially if he has the license to move forward.

Reo Hatate

Illuminated the match “Old Firm” with a couple of goals and again can become the star of a big event. Surprisingly, not in the first match.


The tight field and conditions may not match the strengths of the Portuguese star, but he is a potential match winner who should play.

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Giorgos Jakoumakis

An explosion in form and a lot to show after he was left on the bench for the first match. Put the balls in the box and he can get to the end of them.

Daizen Maeda

The Japanese forward has a fast pace and knows the way to the net. He is expected to invade the box from the left as Celtic try to get back into the game.

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