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By The Time I Leave,’ Brendan’s Battle Cry



As Brendan Rodgers leads his Celtic team into the Scottish Cup fifth round clash against St Mirren, he has issued a personal battle cry, emphasizing the importance of winning silverware during his second stint at the club.

Rodgers recognizes that it is imperative for Celtic, as champions, to secure trophies, echoing the remarkable success achieved during his initial tenure, which saw the club claim seven consecutive honors, including two memorable trebles.

However, the journey to replicate such domestic dominance faced an early setback when Celtic suffered a surprising exit from the League Cup at the hands of Kilmarnock on August 20, marking only Rodgers’ third match since his return to the helm following Ange Postecoglou’s departure for Tottenham Hotspur.

GENUINE GRIT At Easter Road, Brendan Rodgers celebrates Celtic’s comeback victory over Hibs.

As the pressure mounts on Brendan Rodgers, there is no margin for error against Stephen Robinson’s team in today’s match, where securing a victory is imperative to advance to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup. The anticipation is high for the potential showdown at Hampden on May 25, a date steeped in iconic significance.

Despite facing challenges in their pursuit of a twelfth title in 13 years, Celtic still maintains their position at the top of the table on goal difference. However, with Philippe Clement’s team having a game in hand and facing Ross County in their upcoming fixture, the competition remains fierce.

With all eyes fixed on the match in Paisley, Rodgers acknowledges the immense expectation to lift a trophy, not only due to the club’s illustrious history but also driven by his personal determination. He emphasized that winning is non-negotiable, aligning with the demands of the supporters and the club’s ethos. Rodgers affirmed his commitment to achieving success during his tenure, expressing his aspiration to secure numerous trophies before his eventual departure.



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