“Celtic is a team we familiar with, it will be the third time and it will be the third structure we will play again. When we played the first time they had three defensive lines, very organised. In the cup final, they played with the 4-3-2-1 system, now they changed to 4-3-3,” said Davids. 
His right-hand man Jaume Masferrer will also appear before the investigating judge leading the probe after spending the night at a police station along with Bartomeu.
“He is always giving opponents a question mark,” said the Pirates coach speaking on Hotto’s form.
“Swallows have a special relationship with Chiefs and if they are to lose their best defender it would only be to Chiefs,” said the Phakaaathi source.
The United mentor vows to stick to his guns and maintains that his side are where they are largely because of the contribution of the pair that shares 19 DStv Premiership goals between them.
“We will see how we can create a project that will be different to what we did at Tottenham but will have the same objective, to win,” said Pochettino.

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