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Welcome to the Celtic Way's weekday newsletter for Tuesday, February 27.
Celtic striker Adam Idah is certainly the man of the moment.
Now it remains to be seen if his goalscoring exploits in Lanarkshire will be enough to see him given the starting nod against Dundee at Celtic Park on Wednesday night.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has a major decision on his hands after Idah's brace led to the 3-1 comeback win against Motherwell at Fir Park on Sunday.
Will the Northern Irishman start with Idah up front at the expense of Japanese talisman Kyogo?
On the website is a cracking piece by Celtic Way writer Tony Haggerty.
Tony reckons that Idah showed a touch of Giorgos Giakoumakis with his physical presence for the equaliser at Fir Park.
He also believes that Idah showed a touch of Kyogo's speed, quick-thinking and technique for the clincher.
Have Celtic and Rodgers stumbled on the perfect hybr-Idah for the title run-in?
You can read Tony's piece as it is one of the five articles submitted below.
Also on the website news section today you can read how Rodgers has revealed his "sadness" at the backlash to his interview with BBC journalist Jane Lewis after Celtic's recent 3-1 win over Motherwell.
The Parkhead boss sparked outrage across the country after he called the reporter "a good girl" at the end of an interview in which the 51-year-old was clearly frustrated at the line of questioning.
Rodgers hit back at the narrative which he feels has been written about his side so far this season.
The Northern Irishman also gives an update account on Polish defender Maik Nawrocki's latest injury setback.
All of these fantastic pieces are available on The Celtic Way NOW!
On the Celtic Way morning briefing, which as always is sponsored by MPH Group, Hamish Carton was joined by Kevin McKenna and Tony as they discussed whether or not Idah will spearhead the Celtic attack against Dundee.
The panel also rejoiced in the fact that Cameron Carter-Vickers has returned to first-team duty.
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That's all from us today in The Celtic Way's weekday newsletter.
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