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Celtic share incredible image of party at the Park

Celtic last night shared an amazing image of their SPFL title celebrations.

Lots of factors can be pre-planned such as the T-shirt design, the reviews of the season and planning for a stage to be rapidly constructed for that title winning moment.

Following a popular theme in Celtic history the 23/24 title was clinched away from home with Rugby Park following on from Tynecastle and Tannadice over the previous two seasons.

Two years ago Ange Postecoglou’s side powered through on an incredible run from the turn of the year to tie up the title with a 1-1 draw away to Dundee United with a goal from Giorgos Giakoumakis.

This time the outcome was never in doubt with Kilmarnock brushed aside by a devastating first half display where everything clicked into place.

All of the chat about Kilmarnock and the Rugby Park hoodoo was kicked into touch with the three forwards- Adam Idah, Daizen Maeda and James Forrest finding the net in front of 3,800 partying supporters.

Two second half goals from Player of the Year Matt O’Riley completed the scoring, allowing the celebrations and partying to get underway among the players and coaching staff.

After Rugby Park the spotlight switched up the M77 to Celtic Park where thousands had been gathering for something that is becoming a ritual but never taken for granted.

Perched on top of the main stand the image down The Celtic Way, taken around midnight brilliantly captures the emotion and commitment of the club with the adulation mutual.

Most of those supporters have witnessed a dozen or more title successes but every title win comes with its own story, dynamics, highs and lows.

Through much of the winter months things looked pretty bleak. The squad was crippled by injuries, The Green Brigade was locked out, there was dissatisfaction over the manager and recruitment with the Liel Abada situation as the tasteless icing on the cake.

A home draw against Kilmarnock in February summed things up, a lifeless performance on a substandard pitch with the tin lid applied by conceding a late goal.

Not many fans that trudged way from that match were predicting a title party but backed into a corner Celtic dug deep, started to grind out the results with the occasional blast of style culminating in last night’s 5-0 win away to Killie.

On Saturday the SPFL Premiership trophy will be handed over accompanied by further celebrations, with title number 54 secured the focus quickly switches to the next one, starting as soon as the Scottish Cup Final is completed.

CLICK HERE for two faced Keevins makes remarkable Rodgers u-turn

CLICK HERE for Santa Ponsa celebrates Celtic’s victory in the Glasgow Derby.

CLICK HERE for SPFL Premiership table.

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