Gordon insists Celtic must work hard to retain title

first_imgCeltic goalkeeper Craig Gordon believes the club must work harder if they’re to retain their Scottish Premiership title.Surprisingly, only eight points separate the top eight in the Premiership.The Scottish league has never seen so many teams challenging for the title at this stage of the season since the 1980s and Gordon believes that Celtic can’t expect title defence to be easy.He said, according to Evening Times:“We just have to win as many matches as we can, nobody here is getting ahead of ourselves.”“We go into every game trying to win it, but to do that you have to win the battle and fight every single week.”“To play the way we want to you have to win those battles first and when you don’t do that, you see what happens today.”Mikey Johnston, CelticJohnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“The league is strong, there are a lot of teams capable of winning games.”“You probably only have three teams who are down at the bottom and the rest are all capable of taking points from the big games.”“Even last weekend Dundee took a point from Rangers, so the bottom clubs are even starting to pick up points.”“The league is tight all the way through it, so it’s tough and we have to get back to working hard enough to earn the right to win points.”last_img