Football

Video: Robbie Savage Slaughters Celtic and Questions Moussa Dembele

Video: Robbie Savage Slaughters Celtic and Questions Moussa Dembele

Robbie Savage won’t be a popular man with the Celtic support after savaging them before their clash with Manchester City tonight.

The Welsh pundit appeared on BT Sport’s Facebook page earlier for a live chat with Darrell Currie and Chris Sutton ahead of the game.

It was Celtic heavy given Currie and Sutton spend most of their time covering the Scottish Premiership.

But Savage made sure to sing the praises of City – and slam pretty much everything about Brendan Rodgers’ team.

In the broadcast, the former Premier League midfielder wrote off any chance of Celtic getting a win at the Etihad tonight, criticised the quality of the Scottish top flight and said Moussa Dembele was too good for the club among other things.

So if Rodgers’ team needed any motivation going into the game later this evening, all he has to do is show this in the dressing room:

Savage obviously isn’t a fan of Celtic or Scottish football then.

More in Football

Video: Brendan Rodgers Congratulates His Celtic Players After 4-0 Defeat to Hearts

Daniel CawDecember 17, 2017

Rangers Defender Fabio Cardoso Says ‘Moan the Celtic’ in Clip with Hoops Fans

Daniel CawDecember 17, 2017

Reiss Nelson Retweets Jan Vertonghen’s 2012 ‘We Are S***’ Tweet After Tottenham Lose

Daniel CawDecember 16, 2017

Chris Sutton Says Tommy Wright Did Well in His Audition For Rangers Job

Daniel CawDecember 16, 2017

Video: Efe Ambrose is Only Player Who Gets Praise From Neil Lennon After Aberdeen Defeat

Daniel CawDecember 16, 2017

Should Arsenal Fans Be Happy With Arsene Wenger’s Mesut Ozil Update? Or Confused?

Stuart HyndDecember 16, 2017

Video: Bruno Alves Reacts to Rangers Loss to St Johnstone

Stuart HyndDecember 16, 2017

Fans Dressed as Ninja Turtles Invade PSG Game For a Hug With Kylian Mbappe

Daniel CawDecember 16, 2017

Some Rangers Fans Joke About Playing Away From Home For Rest of Season Now

Stuart HyndDecember 16, 2017