Boruc is not Un-droppable Says Manager

Last updated : 11 January 2009 By Clydebuilt
Celtic Manager Gordon Strachan has stated that he will have talks with Artur Boruc over his recent bad form for Celtic, and has warned the Polish Star that he is not beyond reproach and could be dropped in the future should his form not improve.

Strachan really has no fear when it comes to dealing with high profile players in a manner that is best for the team. Firstly Strachan defied popular opinion by dropping Aiden McGeady for a vital two-week period and now it looks as though the Manager may censure another fans favourite in Boruc.

"It [dropping Boruc] is not something that we dismiss," Strachan said. "We don't go away and laugh at the big swipe, we actually think about what's gone on.

"It's up to us to find the best way to get Artur back to his best form. You analyse every game on the Monday and talk about it to see where we could have done better.

"We will sit him down with the coaching staff and say, 'what is the best for you'.

"Every player has been left out. You cannot say he is never going to be left out.

"That's not today, it's next week, next month or next year.

But he can be left out."

Yours in Celtic