Celtic youngster Scott Robertson is facing more disruption this season after his Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Moore left to take charge of Sheffield Wednesday.

Robertson has had an eventful 2020/21 campaign.

First, he made the switch to English League One side Gillingham. Then, in January, he was recalled by Celtic during the Dubai chaos, only to not be used by the Hoops management team.

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The young midfielder subsequently completed a move to Doncaster Rovers. He’s made six appearances since then but will now be working under a new manager.

Teammate Andy Butler has taken interim charge of the team until the end of the current campaign, as Donny look to secure a promotion play-off spot in the third-tier.

Moore had previously talked up Robertson’s ability and sounded excited to work with him.

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It’ll be interesting to see how he is now utilised by Butler in the tail-end of the season, with a massive 18 games still remaining for Doncaster.


Across his two loan spells, Robertson has made 20 league appearances this term, two in the League Cup, one in the FA Cup and another in the EFL Trophy.

It’s a vital experience as he prepares to impress yet another new manager this summer when he returns to Celtic.

Celtic youngster Scott Robertson

Celtic youngster Scott Robertson / (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

By the time he gets to Lennoxtown and settles in, he’ll have worked with four managers in a 12 month period.

That won’t hurt him and exposure to different management styles could in fact be a benefit.

However, a lack of consistency has hardly been ideal and hopefully his situation now settles down over the next few months.

It’d be excellent if he managed to now win a regular place in the Rovers starting eleven.

In other news, Guillem Balague has thrown a fresh name into Celtic managerial mix.

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