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29/11/2016 - 13:48 BST

Cup Win Shows Brendan Rodgers At Celtic For Long Haul Feels Bhoys Legend

 




Celtic legend Tom Boyd believes the manner in which the Hoops won the Scottish League Cup on Sunday showed that manager Brendan Rodgers is at the club for the long-run.

The Bhoys, who appointed Rodgers as their new manager on a one-year rolling contract in the summer, thrashed Aberdeen 3-0 at Hampden to lift their first trophy of the season in the form of the Scottish League Cup.




Celtic completely dominated proceedings against Aberdeen as goals apiece from Tom Rogic, James Forrest and Moussa Dembele sealed the deal in the Scottish champions’ favour.

And Boyd, who thinks the Scottish League Cup triumph is start of the Rodgers era at Celtic, is hopeful about his former team enjoying further success under the Northern Irishman.

 


“It was a fully deserved victory”, he told Celtic TV.

“It was a very convincing victory and I think it is a victory that has put a marker on Scottish football to say that Brendan is here for the long-run.

“Hopefully we will get more these kind of trophies to come along.”


Celtic, who will next play Motherwell in an away league fixture on Saturday, are currently eight points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership table with two games in hand.