Norwich City and Scotland midfielder Steven Naismith has warned that Scottish football will suffer should Celtic’s domination of Scottish football continue to go unchallenged.
The Bhoys won the treble this season and their nearest rivals in the League, Aberdeen finished a massive 30 points behind which illustrates that they were unchallenged.
The manner in which Brendan Rodgers’ men dominated this season suggests that there are no teams in Scotland which are anywhere near their quality.
The Bhoys Old Firm and traditional rivals Rangers finished in third position this season after being promoted to the top flight last summer.
Naismith said that Celtic need to be challenged for the goodness of the quality of Scottish football by saying, “Celtic won the league at a canter and the fan base, everything, will just die away if that continues. If it’s the same old every year, it gets boring and Scottish football needs strong teams at the top.”