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FRENCH Celt, Christopher Jullien is the cover star of this week’s Celtic View and the Hoops defender is hoping to use his goal celebration a lot more this season. The No.2 is also looking forward to teaming up with new Bhoy, Shane Duffy in the heart of the Celtic defence. This week’s Celtic View is on sale now. Also inside: - Neil Lennon has his players back from international duty and is raring to go. - New Bhoy, Shane Duffy appears in the magazine for the first time. - Luca Connell on his aims for catching the manager’s eye in training. - It’s all go on the Women’s front with new Head of Girls' Academy, Tina Stewart and new season contracts for Megan Crosson and Anita Marcos. - With no supporters at the games, we look back to when Celtic played in front of some of the biggest crowds in the world. - How a trip home to Scotland for a Celtic fan turned into a Patsy Gallacher voyage of discovery. - And much more, including our Twitter poll for the visit to Ross County, and the latest submission in our new fan feature, Nine From 9. The Celtic View is the voice of the 9-in-a-row champions and the latest issue is on sale now.

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