Date: 7th October 2020 at 7:45pm
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has called out the after they put him into self-isolation for 14 days.

The decision will put the midfielder out of the derby on October 17 on the say so of the SFA who have confirmed that the Celtic star tested negative twice while on duty.

All players tested negative when they arrived for duty but a second batch of tests from found that Stuart Armstrong had tested positive.

Christie has been operating within Celtic’ bubble since the start of June and maintained social distancing while on Scotland duty. All players are living in single rooms.

Despite their negative tests the SFA put Christie and Tierney into self-isolation with the midfielder bemused by the move that will see him ruled out of the Glasgow derby.

Christie told the Celtic website:

I am so disappointed by the events of today and the potential effects this could have on my country and club. As I have operated within these protocols for such a long time now, I am well aware of all the rules and social distancing from team mates has become the norm and something I have observed. The situation is very frustrating, particularly as I don’t believe I have done anything wrong.

Greg Taylor and remain in the care of the SFA alongside Celtic goalkeeping coach and club physio Tim Williamson.