Another change of goalkeeper will take place tomorrow night when St Johnstone visit Celtic Park although this time, it’s justified, even if it’s not been a natural decision due to injury.
JK: "Scott Bain picked up a finger injury in the previous game against Rangers. We’re not taking any risks with that. There’s one or two others, again, who we won’t risk. But nothing major, we’re pretty much working with the same squad give or take one or two."#CELSTJ— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 11, 2021
With Scott Bain out, the question now is WHO dons the position in between the sticks for the match up against the Scottish Cup finalists.
In what has been a season littered with terrible decisions and frustrating indecision, reminiscent of 2004/2005 when not having a settled goalie cost us, we now surely have to see Vasilis Barkas as the number one for the last 180 minutes of the season.
This is Celtic 2020/2021 however, and anything could happen such as;
Barkas getting the first half and Hazard being chosen for the second half.
Barkas being let down by that defence in front of him and being blamed for our eventual 1-0 loss.
Paul the Tim being called up ahead of them on an emergency contract.
More on this tomorrow.