Euro tie too soon for Bhoys duo

Scott Brown and Barry Robson are back in full training at Celtic but will not feature in Wednesday's Champions League visit of Dinamo Moscow.

Last Updated: 28/07/09 at 16:52

Brown: Too soon to be considered

Brown: Too soon to be considered

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Both midfielders have missed the Hoops' pre-season games as they recover from their respective ankle and groin injuries.

The two Scotland internationals took a huge step to becoming available for selection by joining in with the rest of the squad at the club's Lennoxtown training base this week but manager Tony Mowbray will not risk them in the first leg of the third qualifying round tie against the Russians at Parkhead.

Celtic (from): Boruc, Hinkel, Caddis, Fox, Naylor, O'Dea, Caldwell, Loovens, Maloney, McGeady, Mizuno, Flood, Donati, Crosas, N'Guemo, McDonald, Fortune, McCourt, Samaras, Killen, Zaluska.

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