“Better Go And Grab A Bottle Of Champagne” – Celtic’s Kris Commons After Surprise League Win

“Better Go And Grab A Bottle Of Champagne” – Celtic’s Kris Commons After Surprise League Win

Celtic won their fourth Scottish Premiership league title on the bounce this afternoon – without even kicking a ball.

Ronny Deila’s men were crowned champions after Aberdeen failed to win at Tannadice losing 1-0 to Dundee United.

And most of their players will have been either golfing, out with their family or chilling on the couch when their side won another league title.

Midfielder Kris Commons took to Twitter to say that he was now going to have to head out and get himself a bottle of champagne:

Meanwhile, team mate Leigh Griffiths was a bit more straight to the point:

Former Celtic stars lined up to congratulate their team as well:

And some celebrity fans even took time out of their day to congratulate the Glasgow club with Ross McCall and Michael Jamieson among the pack:

Manager Ronny Deila wasn’t even in the country when his side were crowned champions, having returned to Norway after last night’s game for a family event:




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