The Hoops were beaten 2-0 at the Tony Macaroni Arena in their final match before the international break, with Scott Robinson and Lyndon Dykes both scoring in the second-half, and Ryan Christie seeing an early red card, condemning Neil Lennon’s men to their first Premiership defeat of the season.
With the international matches done and dusted, it seems Jullien is in defiant mood ahead of this weekend’s home match against Ross County, and insists he and his team-mates won’t slip-up in a similar fashion again:
The defeat allowed Rangers to go to the top of the league following their thumping 5-0 win over Hamilton Accies, with both side of the Old Firm scheduled to meet on December 29 at Celtic Park.
What do you think of Jullien’s rallying call, and do you think there’s a chance Celtic will now use their experience and squad depth to go on an unbeaten run in the Premiership?
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