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Chris Sutton Issues Damning Criticism Of Celtic Board After Champions League Disaster

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       Brendan Rodgers remains calm over his squad strength but wants additions

The Hoops travelled to the Greek capital with the third qualifying round tie evenly poised at 1-1 from the first leg, but found themselves two goals down after 50 minutes.

Sinclair gave Celtic hope with 12 minutes left but AEK held on to win 2-1 and go through 3-2 on aggregate.

"Unfortunately I could not play tomorrow because I'm not yet 100% operational but I'm with all my teammates to bring the qualification".

They have spent £2m on disco lights at Celtic Park for Champions League nights.

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"But he wasn't here and we look at the performance without him and I can't think any more than that".

Red Star, who have never qualified for the Champions League group stage, will meet Salzburg after the Austrian team strolled into the playoffs with a 4-0 defeat of Macedonians Shkendija.

Sutton said Ladbrokes Premiership champions Celtic had splashed out on expensive "disco lights" but failed to make the right kind of signings to bolster the squad bossed by Brendan Rodgers.

Celtic will next face either Latvians Spartaks Jurmala or Lithuanian outfit Suduva for a place in the Europa League group stage. "I've always said we needed to strengthen (in the transfer window) and hopefully we can do that now".

The first-leg draw meant Celtic already had it all to do in Athens before sloppy defending presented AEK with an early chance that was taken with aplomb - Rodrigo Galo blasting home from the centre of the area after a Niklas Hult cut-back was not intercepted in the sixth minute.

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