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Celtic Star Admits Champions League Bow Would Be "Crazy"

Celtic Star Admits Champions League Bow Would Be

Scott Brown admits that Celtic were beaten by "a great team" as Paris Saint-Germain ran out 5-0 winners in Tuesday night's Champions League Group B clash at Parkhead.

"Preparation is everything. We have prepared well all week but we must give Celtic the respect they deserve", Emery added.

Patrick Roberts is available as he returns in another loan from Manchester City, with enough magic in his left foot to turn the screw.

Not many will expect the Bhoys to even earn a point from the encounter against a team boasting world-class footballers such as Neymar, Edinson Cavani, Marco Verratti, Thiago Silva and Angel Di Maria. In fact their last appearance in the final came in 2013 and when you consider Juventus [16.0] and Atleti [26.0] have each finished runners' up twice in the meantime, it's a wonder why they aren't as short as the Bavarians.

"We are aiming to go far".

No era of the Champions League has ever been dominated by players to the extent that Ronaldo and Messi have over the past decade, but with the two men now in their 30s, the question is: who will assume their mantle and stake a claim to dominate for the next 10 years? "The eyes of the world will be on this game and the players are very clear on how to handle these kinds of situations".

This is the second successive season in which the Glasgow giants will feature in the group stage of Europe's premier club competition. Ernesto Valverde seems to have freshened things up a bit at the Camp Nou and with that in mind maybe we should think twice about writing them off.

Pictures have emerged showing the supporter being dragged away by stewards.

And Ben Woodburn, Liverpool's prodigious 17-year-old forward, also has the potential to make a huge impact on the Champions League stage, if not this season, then in the future.

Police Scotland have urged supporters to plan their journey in advance, with a number of road closures due to be in place. Roma won their opening 10 games that season and Conte maybe got too wrapped up in Juventus defending their title.