Celtic’s Christopher Jullien has disclosed that he is still getting used to the current football lockdown. The Hoops centre-back made the comments in an interview with the Hoops YouTube channel, which was recorded in his house.

Jullien admitted that it has been strange to have his normal routine disrupted.

“A different life”

“You wake up, and you don’t know what to do…it’s just a different life…I miss football, that’s it” Jullien said.

Jullien’s thoughts will be shared by his teammates, and every football player in the British Isles. The players must be desperate to get back to playing on a regular basis.

Celtic defender Christopher Jullien celebrates a trophy win

Celtic defender Christopher Jullien celebrates a trophy win / (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

However, they may have to wait a while to have that wish granted, as there will be no football played until the 30th of April at least, and there is no guarantee football will return soon after that.

 

Players will be trying to keep fit

Jullien will be trying to keep himself fit, and the rest of his teammates will be doing likewise, but that is no substitute for playing the game.

Celtic defender Christopher Jullien in action against Rangers

Celtic defender Christopher Jullien in action against Rangers / (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Jullien has at least enjoyed a memorable first season with the Hoops, and he will go down as one of Celtic’s best players of the campaign.

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However, he will want to complete a memorable campaign with a league winner’s medal, but as yet that cannot happen.

It looks like Jullien and the rest of his Celtic teammates will have to find ways to occupy themselves for a while yet, as the world gets to grips with the current global epidemic.

 

 

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