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ON the back of two wins inside a few days and a five-point lead at the top of the table, there was more good news when new signing, Ismaila Soro checked into Paradise, and one of the first things he did was sit down to talk to the Celtic View. In this week’s issue of the club's official weekly magazine, Neil Lennon has his say on the wins over Kilmarnock and Ross County while also looking ahead to the games against St Johnstone and Hamilton Accies. Also in this week’s View: - Jozo Simunovic talks exclusively to the View about his rehab in Croatia and his return to action with the Hoops. - Young Aussie, Daniel Arzani has also made a welcome return to the playing side after a lengthy spell out, and he talks about how great it is to be back. - Callum McGregor got the ball rolling against Ross County on Saturday and he looks back at the action and his penalty role. - Youth Academy hopeful, Kieran McGrath speaks on playing for East Kilbride on loan as well as the Celtic reserves. - New Ghirl, Sarah Teegarden talks to the View about the trip to Gran Canaria. - Another new signing from the United States, Summer Green is hoping to have a successful career with the Celts. - Leigh Griffiths scored the first goal of the new decade and we delve into the archives to find the first scorer of every decade from the 1890s right bang up to date. - We have the story of World War One hero, Robert Downie VC, whose portrait once hung in Celtic Park and then disappeared - And we have a superb centre-spread pull-out celebration poster of Odsonne Edouard. All this and much more, only in this week’s Celtic View. It's on sale now.

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