The 76-year-old rocked a green and white tracksuit just hours after the team’s fierce Glasgow rival Rangers lifted the Premiership title for the first time in a decade yesterday.
The singer delights in making his love for the Parkhead club well known – with a countless number of social media posts dedicated to his team.
In the Instagram post from this morning, Rod was pictured hooking a net around a set of goalposts for an under 10s ‘Hoops match’.
He can be seen wearing a hoody with the club crest and name emblazoned across the middle – topped off with pair of emerald green trainers.
Captioning the post, he wrote: “You can beat an egg, you can beat a carpet, but you can’t beat putting up the nets on a Sunday morning for the under 10s Hoops match.”
Earlier this month, Celtic-daft Rod urged the club to build a statue in honour of departing captain Scott Brown.
He said that the statue should be erected in time for the Parkhead-great’s eventual return to the club ‘as manager’.
Speaking about the midfielder, Rod said: “True solider, true Celtic. I would hope we have a statue maybe outside the stadium.
“He’s just a lovely guy and it’s hard to come up with words to describe Scott.
“Scott’s time at Celtic, he’s been…he’s Celtic through and through.
“Well done Scott. I love you mate, and best of luck over at Aberdeen and we’ll see you in two years as manager of Celtic.”
Rangers legend Ally McCoist recently revealed that the rocker was once left injured after turning up to train with the Scotland national team wearing Celtic socks.
He said that former Ibrox teammate Stuart McCall lunged on Rod with one of the worst challenges he has ever seen.
“Rod was not happy, he was not happy. I think he there and then ruled Stuart McCall out of his backing group for the rest of the season”, Ally said.
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