John Hartson: This is what I might try to do for Celtic clash with Rangers
Celtic legend John Hartson has revealed that he might try to pay a visit to Parkhead to see the Hoops potentially clinch the title against bitter rivals Rangers next Sunday.
The former Hoops striker made the revelation on his personal Twitter account.
“I might just try and get myself to Celtic Park next Sunday, little bit of a celebration party,” he said.
I might just try and get myself to Celtic park next Sunday.. little bit of a celebration party ????????????????
— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) April 21, 2018
The Hoops can clinch the title with a win over their biggest rivals after the Gers kept the title race alive for another week with a 2-1 win over Hearts.
Celtoc could end up only needing a point to clinch the title depending on Aberdeen’s result against Hearts on Friday night, but supporters will be expecting the Hoops to go all out for the victory.
The Hoops last won the title against their greatest rivals in 1979, with a 4-2 victory at Celtic Park.
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Hartson will no doubt be amongst many Hoops former players and fans looking for a ticket to see the Hoops have a chance of making history, and clinching the league title against their biggest rivals. The Hoops of course had the chance to win the league against the Gers in 2012 and lost 3-2 at Ibrox, but this team is far better and more motivated than the side which lost six years ago. There’s no doubt that both Brendan Rodgers and Graeme Murty will have their teams highly motivated for the game, which could prove to be one of the most memorable Old Firm clashes in a very long time.
In other Celtic news, Hoops fans are looking forward to the clash v Rangers