The last time Celtic were in the Champions League was in 2007, and their last Champions League finish came in 2008.
They have been playing in Europe since they were 16 years old, and they have been through a lot.
They were a club on the brink of being relegated from the Premier League before they were rescued by the sale of the club to the Chinese consortium.
Celtic have been in the Europa League and European Championship since 2011.
They are a big, powerful club and Celtic have struggled for trophies since.
But the big thing is that they’ve been in it together.
That’s the message that Celtic want to convey.
“We have been out here for the last few years now,” says David Murray, who has been Celtic manager since 2010.
“Celtics have had a really tough time over the years.
We have had two cup finals, we’ve had a few big wins, but we’ve been struggling to get out of the bottom three.”
It has been a tough few years.
The club is in a difficult place financially and has been forced to make changes.
It has made a number of significant investments and now has to pay back the loans it has taken out from its shareholders.
In its latest accounts published this week, Celtic revealed it had taken in £3.2m of loans to finance the 2015/16 season.
They also had £1.5m of net debt.
The loan repayment process took nearly two years, but the club’s accounts were published on Friday.
There are now two big problems facing the club.
Firstly, Celtic are not sure how they are going to keep up with the growth in TV money that has come into the game since the introduction of Champions League qualifying.
“Our debt is up, and we are going through a tough time,” Murray said.
Murray said the club was not “fazed” by the financial difficulties facing it. “
But we have to make sure we are making the right decisions.”
Murray said the club was not “fazed” by the financial difficulties facing it.
However, he added that the club has made mistakes along the way.
“It’s a big club, so we’ve got to be careful, but at the same time we’ve learnt a lot and learned from those mistakes,” he said.
He said he was not worried that Celtic would not get out from the bottom of the table in the next few years, saying that “we are in the best shape of our lives, and that’s all that matters.”
Celtic have a long-term financial plan and it is the plan they have come up with.
Murray is not looking at a short-term plan.
He wants to ensure that Celtic are in position to challenge the Premier Leagues next season.
“If you look at the clubs around us, the clubs that are in there, we have been to the Champions Cup finals three times and won the Europa Cup,” he added.
“This is a massive club and it’s going to be a challenge.
We’re not scared of that, we are in a really good place.”
Murray also revealed that the board have been discussing how they would like to expand the club into other parts of the country.
“There’s been discussions about going further south, going to the Midlands and into the North West,” he explained.
“That’s what we’re working on now.
We are all working together to make the best decisions for our football club.”
Murray added that he was confident that Celtic’s future would not be in doubt.
“The club has been here for 15 years now, and there’s no doubt about it,” he concluded.
“They’ve had an amazing time.
I’m confident that this is a club that will continue to do well and will continue doing well.”