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IT’S Glasgow derby week, and on the back of a 13-game unbeaten domestic run in 2020, the Celtic View has been gathering the news from the camp. In this week’s issue of the club's official weekly magazine, the manager looks back at the further five points won over the past week that takes the gap at the top to 13 points, as well as ahead to the trip to Ibrox this Sunday. Also in this week’s View: - Although he’s scored in two Glasgow derbies and he would love to net his first at Ibrox, James Forrest tells the View in an exclusive interview he doesn’t mind who the Celtic goals come from. - Mohamed Elyounoussi also speaks exclusively to this week’s Celtic View and he too looks ahead to the visit to the other end of the city. - Leigh Griffiths bagged a hat-trick in Saturday’s 5-0 win over St Mirren and he features in this week’s issue. - It was 55 years ago this week that Jock Stein arrived at Celtic as manager and we pay tribute to the club’s biggest managerial legend. - The descendants of 1890s’ Celtic goalkeeper, Dan McArthur, came all the way from the States to present the club with one of his cherished caps they had in their possession. - From the women’s team we speak to Josi Giard ahead of their second league game of the term when they take on Hearts. - The Celtic EA Sports team speak to this week’s Celtic View about their season so far. - Kerr McInroy has just returned from injury and he has made an immediate impact in his first games back in the reserve side. - And we have a superb centre-spread pull-out celebration poster of Callum McGregor. All this and much more, only in this week’s Celtic View. It's on sale now.

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