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28 May 2017, 02:03 | Rose Hansen
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With Champions League qualification to come later in the summer the former Liverpool manager will be hoping he can hold onto his key players for what could be a huge season for the club both domestically and in Europe next term. True, they lost 3-1 to the champions at Pittodrie this month but after a terrible start to the game - they were three goals down after 11 minutes - Aberdeen actually played well.
"It should be a cracking atmosphere. They have a great team and they deserved to be second in the league and that's two cup finals, so well done to them as well".
"If we can bring our best game then we feel we have a really good chance of winning".
"The cup is very important to us and it will be for Aberdeen as well".
"You want something tangible", admitted Rooney.
The goal sealed Celtic's fourth treble in their history and provided a memorable end to an unforgettable season in which the Hoops remained unbeaten in 47 domestic games.
We know that if we turn up, we're the best team in Scotland. Everyone is looking forward to it. Well, perhaps Celtic will get cold feet, however unlikely, and the man in red can take advantage of that. "It is a very hard thing to do but we've created an identity from which to go forward and get better". "They have been under pressure all season not to drop points and to be fair and they have coped with it well".
When asked about his seven targets, he said: "We ticked off six of our targets, one that we didn't, and we obviously added a few more as we went along to ensure the impetus with the players continued".
The game hung in the balance until Jackie McNamara's breakthrough goal just five minutes from the interval and was over just three minutes after the break when Henrik Larsson scored the first of his clinical double.
The Socceroos midfielder glided into the penalty box and beat several players before squeezing a right-footed shot past Joe Lewis to clinch a 2-1 victory over Aberdeen.
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