When Brendan Rodgers was unveiled to the Faithful at Celtic Park last June, he told us of his immediate aim to continue Celtic’s domination of domestic football.
Thus far, with the League Cup, the clubs 100th trophy, safely in the boardroom, and the team on an unbeaten run of 31 domestic games to boot, giving the Hoops a massive 24 point lead over nearest rivals Aberdeen, Brendan and the Bhoys are certainly doing their stuff on the park.
And the possibility of going through the full season unbeaten and securing a first season treble is very real.
So it’s hard to think how things could get any better, yet the club show once again, that ambition in the boardroom is also in abundance with yesterday’s announcement of a proposed hotel, museum and new superstore.
It may well take a few years to complete, but once the project comes to fruition, the iconic Celtic Park and the surrounding area will be once more the premier venue in Scotland.
A place fit for Champions League football with the home side an established Champions League team.
Sounds like it’s all part of a Masterplan…