Brendan not watching Rangers as Celtic boss lets scoreboard talk

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that he will not be watching Rangers game against Kilmarnock on Sunday.

Earlier this week, the Irishman said that scoreboard pressure could be a factor at Ibrox on Sunday if Celtic did the business against Hearts – which they did in an emphatic 3-0 victory.

After the game, Rodgers admitted (via Glasgow Times) that he wouldn’t be watching the events unfold at Ibrox but would instead be taking time away with the family.

“No. I’m heading out with my family tomorrow.

“I’ll be going up to the seaside and enjoying a bit of time up there. I’ll be resting and spending time with the family.”

Celtic are six points clear of the Ibrox side, who travel to Paradise next weekend. Rodgers will be hoping that his side can replicate that level of performance against their bitter rivals and push the team towards another title.

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  1. Rodgers could well be allowed plenty of jelly and ice cream at the seaside tomorrow if the scum fail to win tomorrow?
    Not interested whatsoever in the scum match myself tomorrow either as the focus has remained totally upon ourselves and what we produce.
    Waited long enough this season for the performances to finally be delivered, but at least they are arriving at just the right time now?
    May well tune in to the scum tomorrow if the scum are failing to deliver, which remains a possibility from the Hun bottlejobbies.
    No doubt all the scums cheerleaders will be demanding the win, but also needing it by a big margin now also, with the goal difference as it stands?
    But for a club still suffering with starvation since there existence, caused by ourselves mainly, then the hunger games for the huns and all of its cheerleaders sets to continue for yet another season still?

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