HUGE BLOW:As the manager declares that the club’s superstar will not participate in the Champions League campaign..

Celtic’s winger Liel Abada will be out for three to four months, which is a huge blow, according to manager Brendan Rodgers. Steve McGowan Further examination has shown the seriousness of the condition, which was initially believed to be a mild thigh muscle strain.

Abada’s accident happened during a training session during the international break while he was representing the Israeli national team. Rodgers had recently registered his team for the forthcoming Champions League group stages, with Abada playing a key role in those plans, thus the timing for the Hoops could not have been worse.

This announcement was difficult to take because Celtic fans had been excited for the European competition. Since joining the team, Abada has been a revelation, providing pace and originality on the wings. His absence creates a hole that won’t be quickly filled, increasing the pressure on the incoming hires to perform immediately.

There is no disputing that this is a hard blow for the team, particularly in light of the raised hopes for our Champions League campaign.

Additionally, it serves as a sharp reminder of the dangers that come with serving on an international team, something that every club must deal with but feels particularly relevant for Celtic at this pivotal time. Rodgers and his coaching staff will undoubtedly be busy revising their plans in order to meet this unexpected obstacle.

As we wish Abada a speedy recovery, attention is now turned to how the club will get through this challenging time. With one of Celtic’s main players out injured, Rodgers’ tactical knowledge and expertise will be more important than ever.

As Next week, Celtic will play Feyenoord in the Champions League opener.

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