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Celtic finally confirm their Dublin deal

Celtic have confirmed that they will play Wolves at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin on Saturday July 29.

The two clubs were scheduled to meet in South Korea three days earlier but that match was called off due to issues with the organisers.

Brendan Rodgers’ side were left with a fixture gap between July 22 and August 1 but the match with Wolves will now tick a number of boxes one week ahead of the SPFL opener at home to Ross County.

Celtic haven’t been in Ireland since pre-Lockdown with the Wolves match giving thousands of fans what is effectively a home match to look forward to.

Fans travelling from Scotland will struggle to find hotel accommodation due to GAA commitments on Sunday July 30 but regardless of that Wolves fans at the Aviva will find themselves massively outnumbered.

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  • by Anthony Mcquade
    Posted July 12, 2023 6:10 pm 0Likes

    Stick them both where the sun doesn’t shine

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