'Playing Scott Brown every game when he's leaving in the summer defies logic': Celtic fans react to team to face Livingston

John Kennedy has made four changes to the Celtic side that defeated Falkirk in the Scottish Cup last weekend for today’s clash with Livingston.

Celtic captain Scott Brown being put through his paces at training. Picture: SNS
Celtic captain Scott Brown being put through his paces at training. Picture: SNS

Here’s how Celtic fans reacted to the team on social media:

@Hectorini9: “I've been dreaming of this front 4 all season. Kennedy's team has been creating so many chances and it's about time a team got a doing.”

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@Johnny27367444: “Hallelujah Christie dropped !! save a fortune in baws and spaniels retrieving said baws ...”

@JonoEff: “Cue all the X-box and PlayStation managers moaning.”

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@jameshewitt380: “Why is Duffy on bench where are youngsters. What is the point of having academy if not prepared [email protected] games in meaningless match. Drop Brown and anyone who is definitely leaving.”

@JungleLion_: “Is Lennon still picking the team, 1 up front at home in a meaningless game come on.”

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@joemorgan4: “Playing Brown every game at 36 years of age and leaving in the summer defies logic.”

@StupendousShved: “Play Barkas ffs.”

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@Richardmccull10: “Why is folk moaning about barkas the guy doesny save anything must have the worst shots on target to goal ratio ever of any celtic goalkeeper has to go back to Greece no way we can go into another season with him as our keeper.”

@mtb_hb: “JFK really has just continued Lennon’s pull some names out of a hat method of team selection.”

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@MarkShields15: “In my opinion Soro should be starting every game before Brown now, got to build for the future now!”

@MichaelCFC226: “Why the sudden change in back line? It’s been solid for a few games now.”

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