Caddis: We're not bothered about Rangers

Last updated : 08 January 2009 By Mikbhoy
Paul Caddis is happy to see Aiden McGeady back training with the first team squad but he doesn't know when, or if, we'll see him back in the team. "Aiden is a good enough player to come back and make an impact but, of course, it's up to the manager whether he is going to play him." he said "The boys are happy to have Aiden back. He is a very special talent but it is a team game and other players have stepped in and done well while he's been out."

"The dispute had nothing to do with us and it didn't affect the team. We got two wins during that time, including one over Rangers at Ibrox." he added "I believe they have patched things up and it looks as if everything is fine between them. There have been no clashes in training or anything like that so I don't see why Aiden can't start with a clean slate."

Caddis said that the Celts were totally unconcerned by events on the other side of the Clyde where the continued asset stripping at Ibrox by Sir Minty Moonbeams is making the news. Sir Skinty stated vehemently yesterday that Rangers were not a selling club and then quietly added that everyone was for sale including club captain Barry Ferguson and their top striker Kris Boyd who looks likely to rejoin former hun manager Alex McLeish at Birmingham City.

While many Celtic fans will be happy to see the back of Boyd, a prolific scorer against the SPL wee diddy teams, Caddis and his team-mates aren't that bothered with the 'everything must go' sale taking place at the home of their city rivals "Boyd is a good player but we just concentrate on ourselves. We're not bothered what happens in the Rangers camp. No matter what happens at Ibrox, everything is in our hands. We just want to keep winning and we'll see what happens at Rangers. There are so many games still to go and we want to pick up maximum points in every game."