The SWPL1 title has always been the priority for Celtic FC Women

Unfortunate for Elena and the woman, but the title is still in reach…

Unfortunately for the Celtic FC Women side, they were beaten by theRangers in the Women’s Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden yesterday denying them the hopes of a dream double and a 3IAR Scottish Cup run.

Celtic FC Women remain in pole position

The season however is far from over for Elena Sadiku’s side as they still remain in pole position for the club’s first ever league title.

The Ghirls have now got to put the disappointment of losing to their rivals behind them and get fully focus on winning the title starting on Wednesday night as they host Glasgow City at the Excelsior Stadium in a vital fixture as they enter the final five league games of the season.

Avoiding another defeat

If they can overcome that then it’s a trip to Broadwood to take on theRangers on league duty in a massive clash that will have a big say in the title.

Ideally we should be looking to win, but If we come away with anything other than a defeat then it would be a massively positive outcome as we will still be the masters of our own destiny and theRangers would need a favour from Partick Thistle, Hearts or Hibs in our last three games.

Firmly in the driving seat

We have that two point cushion and a far superior goal differential so we are firmly in the driving seat. We have got to make it count. Best of luck to Elena Sadiku and her side in their journey to make history. Let’s hope we’re celebrating a league double for both the men’s and women’s side in a few weeks time, the Scottish Premiership and the SWPL1.

Just an Ordinary Bhoy

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