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THE Hoops are right now back in the thick of competitive action after the winter break, and, hot on the heels of the team’s 2-1 win over Partick Thistle in the Scottish Cup, the Celts hardly have time to draw breath as they get set to play both Kilmarnock and Ross County before the end of the week. In this week’s issue of the Celtic View, Neil Lennon looks back at the win at Firhill as well as ahead to the games at Rugby Park and Celtic Park as the league campaign gets underway once more. Also in this week’s View: - Fraser Forster praises the effect goalkeeping coach, Stevie Woods has had on, not only his career, but the fortunes of every other Celtic keeper over recent years. - Leigh Griffiths got Celtic’s first goal of the new decade and he speaks to the View about the thrill of finding the back of the net. - Callum McGregor looks ahead to the trip down to Kilmarnock to take on the Ayrshire side. - Jeremie Frimpong was right in the thick of the action at Firhill, and he looks back at the game. - New Polish Celt, Patryk Klimala gives his first interview to the View. - And we look at the Hoops careers of other Polish Celts down through the years. - New women’s Head Coach, Fran Alonso also gives his first interview to the View, and Irish defender, Keeva Keenan talks about the move to professional status by the women’s team. - Celtic Women’s Sarah Ewens is in the hot seat in this week’s ‘Tic-Fire feature. - Celtic-supporting artist, Frankie Mitchell talks about her inspiring work with the Celtic FC Foundation. - And we have a superb centre-spread pull-out poster of Callum McGregor as well as news on how to win a shirt signed by new Bhoy, Patryk Klimala. All this and much more, only in this week’s Celtic View. It's on sale now.

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