Read Up “Celtic re-signed Kyogo Furuhashi for four years.” The 28-year-old has scored 54 goals in just 83 outings for Celtic since signing from Vissel Kobe in 2021, and this summer there have been rumors that he would follow former Hoops manager Ange Postecoglou to Tottenham.
However, Kyogo says he is ‘looking forward’ to working with new Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, pledging to the squad after witnessing comrade Jota leave to join the Saudi Arabia exodus.
Before Celtic’s attempt to defend their triple, the Japan international remarked, “I am really glad to extend my stay for four years at this fantastic club. “It is a privilege to represent the Celtic Football Club and our incredible fans.
“Last season was amazing. Our goal for the entire campaign was to perform as well as we could in every game we played.
“We put in a lot of effort every day, on and off the field, to bring our supporters joy and win trophies.
“Winning my first Triple and contributing to the club’s eighth Triple, which broke the world record, was a very gratifying moment for me, and I treasure the memories of celebrating this with our supporters.
“I’ll try hard to thank them because they have been so supportive of me since I joined Celtic.
“Our goal for the upcoming season is to make our Club successful. I’m thrilled about the chance to defend our championships and the chance to compete for this enormous club in the Champions League. My own drive is to score more goals and support the victories of my teammates.
“I am eager to get going and collaborate with Brendan. He is a seasoned manager who is familiar with the team and what it takes to succeed here. Both my team and I are eager to collaborate with him.
After more than 30 years, Geoff Shreeves has announced his departure from Sky Sports.
Shreeves joined Sky in 1992 and has been a constant touchline reporter and presenter ever since. Who knew? Shreeves actually began his career as an estate agent.
He added in a statement: “There’s an ancient adage that even at the biggest party, you always have to know the perfect time to leave.
“And that’s what my 32 years at Sky have been: the best party I could have ever imagined going to. From the first ball kicked during live Premier League broadcast through Manchester City’s championship celebrations last season, and a lot in between.
“I have the good fortune to work for an innovative company that has contributed to the revolutionizing of football. The moment has come to move on, though.
“Sky has been really kind in thanking me for my service, and I can’t say enough good things about the numerous coworkers I’ve had the pleasure of working with there for three decades. I now have the chance to embark on new experiences, which I hope to share in the very near future.