McManus back for visit of Buddies

Celtic skipper Stephen McManus returns from suspension for Saturday's Scottish Premier League clash against St Mirren at Parkhead.

Last Updated: 27/11/09 at 11:55

McManus: Returns for Hoops

McManus: Returns for Hoops

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Midfielders Zheng Zhi and Paddy McCourt are back after recovering from a knock and illness respectively, while goalkeeper Artur Boruc is back in training after recovering from a knee operation but will not be risked.

Celtic will be missing Scott Brown and Shaun Maloney for a further two months, the former Hibernian player going to Amsterdam for an operation on his ankle next week and the latter set to undergo a course of injections to clear tendinitis in his Achilles.

Celtic (from): Zaluska, Caldwell, McManus, Loovens, Daniel Fox, Hinkel, Robson, McGeady, N'Guemo, McCourt, Zheng Zhi, Crosas, McDonald, McGinn, Fortune, Samaras, Naylor, Flood, Caddis, Cervi, Thompson.

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