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Martin O'Neill will reward Jackie McNamara with a new two-year contract after his performances over the past few seasons as stand-in captain.
In the absence of Paul Lambert, the 31-year-old has been superb for Celtic and will be recognised for ten years' service with a testimonial this summer.
O'Neill enthused about the Scottish international's role at the club, and described how he deserved all the plaudits coming his way.
Originally posted by TRD
I dunno to be honest, there is mixed reports. Some are saying that he might sign for Rangers.
Originally posted by Sir
Newcastle outcast Craig Bellamy has joined Celtic on loan until the end of the season. What a great move by Celtic..
Southampton have completed the loan capture of Henri Camara from Wolves.
Camara had been in the middle of a similar spell at Celtic, but he opted to end his stint with The Bhoys when being informed of interest from The Premiership.
Wolves were initially reluctant to allow Camara to end his spell with Celtic and head to the South Coast, but Saints were able to smooth the deal with a six-figure compensation package.
Scottish champions Celtic have completed the signing of Newcastle's Craig Bellamy.
Bellamy has joined Celtic on loan until the end of the season after completing his move to Glasgow on Monday evening.
The Scottish giants moved for Bellamy after he rejected a £6 million move to Birmingham City.
"Obviously, when a club like Celtic are interested in you, you take notice," said Bellamy.
Bobo Balde has pledged his future to Celtic by signing a new four-and-a-half-year deal at Parkhead.
The giant defender was strongly linked with a move to England during the January transfer window.
Balde's current deal was due to expire in the summer and it was feared that he may leave on a free in the summer, or sign a pre-contract with a new club in January.