ENRG Sport’s Moments of 2017: Rogic winner completes Celtic unbeaten treble season

Celtic were only one game away from a truly unthinkable achievement. They’d already won the league and the League Cup, and without losing a single match. A win in their final match of the season, in the Scottish Cup Final against Aberdeen, would not only secure a treble, but a historic unbeaten season. By David Ronney

The Long Read: Two years on from Liverpool, how far has Rodgers come?

Two years ago Brendan Rodgers was sacked by Liverpool. It came less than 18 months after he had led the Reds to an improbable title challenge but at the time, Rodgers’ stock couldn’t have been lower. It seemed unlikely that he would ever get the chance to manage at the top level again. But that all changed once he joined Celtic. By Jamie Braidwood.

Why it’ll be damage limitation at Ibrox on Saturday

The Old Firm is one of the most iconic fixtures in world football. While Celtic and Rangers have had contrasting fortunes over the past few years, the rivalry between the two Glasgow club’s still remains. But as Rangers welcome their rivals to Ibrox on Saturday lunchtime, they must be realistic about what they can get from the game. By David Ronney

Celtic’s week shows they are stuck in their own world

Celtic’s juxtaposing results against PSG and Ross County perfectly illustrates their predicament. They’re stuck, too strong at home but lacking the resources and financial power needed to compete with Europe’s elite in the Champions League. Where do they go from here? By Jamie Braidwood