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Jullien feels "pain" for Celtic’s players who are giving everything

Wed 02 December 2020 | 21:56

Christopher Jullien reveals he felt pain for Celtic’s fans after Hoops fans appeared at Parkhead to release their rage due to the Betfred Cup loss.

Celtic

released a condemnatory statement: “to require an escort from Celtic Park while being targeted with missiles, is simply unacceptable”.

The Hoops can secure an unprecedented quadruple domestic treble when they play Hearts in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on December 20.

But they only have 2 winnings of their last 10 matches in all competitions and remain 11 points behind Rangers at the top of the Premiership.

I have been here one year, I know that the club wants to win so much,

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Julien

 

said.

It hurts me a little but I feel pain when I watch Broony (Scott Brown) on my right and see Callum (McGregor) on my left, or Tom (Rogic) or James (Forrest) the next morning because these players keep giving everything for this club."

They have been workers and I can’t talk about what they have achieved, it has been huge. I feel hurt for them.

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We are going to do everything to achieve our goal this year.

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My message (to fans) is probably, we can’t win championships in November or December. We can win championships in May, June.

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It is hard to accept defeat. After every loss I am going home, I am hurt, I can’t sleep, it is difficult but at the end of the day the championship is a marathon, it is not one game.


source: SportMob

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