Date: 4th December 2019 at 11:43am
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has picked a combined Glasgow XI that doesn’t include Fraser Forster or .

The former Celtic defender was a hero of the 2011 Scottish Cup winning side but his career has been in a tailspin from the moment that he left the hoops.

After a brief spell managing Airdrie under the guidance of he returned to management earlier this season with Brechin City who are four points adrift at the bottom of League Two as they attempt to avoid a play-off and dropping into the Highland League.

The Sun invited Willo to pick his combined side from the League Cup finalists and came up with a starting XI that will both amuse and shock Celtic supporters.

Looking at the goalkeeping position he explains:

I think he makes more saves than Fraser Forster has to. The Rangers defence tends to leak more chances, so McGregor is called into action more.

Alongside Scott Brown in midfield he opts for Jack:

He has really come on in the last season and a bit. He’ an international player now and is reaping the benefits of working with . He’s now adding goals to his games but looks a real leader and I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s wearing the armband for Rangers in the not too distant future.

It’s pretty unfair on Callum McGregor, but he’s probably been quieter this season than the previous three or four. He’s always brilliant. Maybe we’re just spoiled watching him all the time and he’s just one of those players that you’re just taking for granted now.

I just think , with his goalscoring form and being included in the international scene, he would just edge it. It’s a hard choice!

On Saturday Brechin visit Stirling Albion looking for their second league win of the season

Could Mark Wilson be a future Celtic manager?

Yes, he is working his way up in management

Yes, he is working his way up in management

No, no, no and no again. Make that a no.

No, no, no and no again. Make that a no.

The Wilson XI: McGregor; Frimpong, Ajer, Jullien, Barasic: Jack, Brown; Forrest, Christie, Kent; Edouard.