Celtic Football Club has revealed that they are releasing a new line of trainers, inspired by the Adidas Samba, a classic shoe from the 80s.
The Samba was highly popular among millions of people during that time, as it offered comfort and style at an affordable price.
Celtic has been in partnership with Adidas for almost three years now, and fans have eagerly awaited the launch of the new merchandise.
The club teased the launch yesterday, with fans sharing images of the new Celtic Samba before the official release at 8 am.
Today, there will be various promotional activities to celebrate the launch of the new footwear.
Despite the quiet international week, the release of the iconic trainers has captivated fans’ attention and created excitement among supporters of the club.
Celtic star ‘absent’ from international training
Celtic supporters dislike the international break that occurs during the season, as it can lead to players getting injured and leaving the team with fewer options.
Last season, the team lost Kyogo Furhashi to injury during this time, and since then, supporters have worried about the break.
However, this time around, the team has been fortunate that Kyogo, Hatate, and Cameron Carter-Vickers were not called up to their national teams, which is good news for Celtic as they can rest and recover for the next few crucial months.
Unfortunately, bad news has followed, as Daezen Maeda was absent from training and will miss the game against Uruguay.
There has been no update from the Japanese media, but it is hoped that the coach will provide information in the pre-match interview.