London – Efe Ambrose manager at Celtic Ronny Deila accused
his team of lacking professionalism after two of them argued over who should
take a crucial penalty in the Champions League second qualifying round tie
against Stjarnan of Iceland.
The former European champions won 2-0 but Leigh Griffiths
missed the late spot-kick that would have ensured a much more comfortable
margin for the second leg in Reykjavik after Stefan Johansen and Griffiths
argued over who should take it.
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"It is Leigh Griffiths who takes the penalties, it
should be very clear," Deila told reporters. "There is nothing
professional about it. We shouldn't fight about who takes a penalty.
"Of course it impacts on the taker, it gives extra
pressure to him. The longer you have to wait, the more chance you have to miss
"3-0 is a totally different result to 2-0, so it's
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