Ronny Deila still feels that Team is Performing well even after many loss in League

Ronny Deila is just not ready to admit the fact that his team is not playing as well as it was at the start of the ongoing season.

The manager reckons the Scottish Premiership Champions are progressing well and are on track to defend their title.

If somebody has a look at the table right now, he would support the remark of Deila because the Celts are still two points clear at the top, but, the truth is that in the last two games that they have played, they have just not looked the kind of team that they are known to be.

First, Celtic lost to Dundee United on 21st and then, six days later, they had to play a scoreless draw versus the Ross County
It was the same Ross County which Celtic had absolutely pasted by a huge margin of 5-0 just weeks ago.

Some questions were obviously bound to be asked to Deila after that draw on Saturday and they did get asked in the post match press conference.

The 39-year old, however, looked confident answering those questions. There was not even slightest bit of worry on his face.

Speaking there, Deila said, “Days like these come along the way. You cannot be going too much into that.”

“When a team goes through transition, the fans need to keep a little bit of patience and it’s not that we are playing horribly. Overall, you see how well we have played this season. People should also understand that it’s only my first season over here.”

“As far as our target is concerned, it’s still to win all the three titles that are there to be won.”
Celtic’s next Premiership game is against Patrick Thistle on the New Year Day.