Behind the scenes Celtic footage captures brilliant Callum McGregor moment

By Lewis Laird

May 16, 2022

Callum McGregor has become pretty familiar with lifting trophies at Celtic.

The midfielder has played his part in one of the club’s most successful periods in the modern era during his eight-year stint as part of the first team.

Last Saturday afternoon was a special moment for McGregor, lifting his first league title as club captain after being appointed as Scott Brown’s replacement last summer.

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This afternoon, Celtic released footage close to the action of the scenes and celebrations on the pitch after lifting the Premiership title.

Callum McGregor, his teammates and the Celtic coaching staff can be seen on multiple occasions with the trophy, enjoying the moment on the pitch and in the dressing room.

At one stage, the Bhoys captain addresses the camera with a brilliant line about having the title back at Parkhead, saying: “I’ve got my baby back”

The 7 games that won Celtic the title | Trophy Day Special

The 7 games that won Celtic the title | Trophy Day Special
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The Premiership title from last season may have been missing from the Parkhead trophy cabinet, but it didn’t take long at all for Ange Postecoglou’s side to bring it back to its rightful home.

At the beginning of this campaign, not many fans or pundits could have foreseen this Celtic team delivering the trophy back to Celtic Park.

However, after undergoing a major rebuild over the summer, the Hoops have done an incredible job to do precisely that, and in style.

The scary prospect for the rest of Scottish Football is that there is still more to come from this Celtic team, who will be hungry to achieve the same feats, plus more going into next season.

McGregor will also be keen to put his name amongst some of the great Celtic captains of the past by leading his team to multiple trophies and Premiership wins.

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