John Hartson has revealed a new look to Celtic TV this afternoon with Kirsteen O’Sullivan making her hoops debut.
In midweek against AZ Alkmaar Guy Mowbray was the commentator with Gerry McCulloch taking a back seat as anchor man/ presenter alongside John Collins and Hartson.
Connie McLaughlin appears to have dropped out to be replaced by O’Sullivan for a match that will only be available to subscribers outside of the UK and Ireland.
Looking forward to seeing my friend and fellow Cancer survivor tomorrow @alanstubbs_6 for #CelticTV with @KirsteenOSuv @gerrymcculloch1 @Keegs1982 #saints #hoops @PhilipsGrant ??? pic.twitter.com/eeeqtZLDIF
— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) August 20, 2021
Last night @RangersFC crashed out of the #ChampionsLeague – I caught up with ex Rangers star Kenny Miller to find out why @FootballPassUK
https://t.co/gE4BNr8IPt#RangersFC #ChampionsLeague #rangersmalmo #footballpass
— Kirsteen O’Sullivan (@KirsteenOSuv) August 11, 2021
Celtic will be backed by a sell-out crowd as they attempt to win a sixth successive match to go to the top of the SPFL Premiership.
After a run of three home cup ties it is back to league business today with the biggest football crowd in Scotland for over a year.
Ryan Christie is available for selection today with Ange Postecoglou likely to make a couple of changes ahead of the return leg against AZ Alkmaar and next Sunday’s Glasgow derby.