He had practically nothing to do when I saw him against Motherwell last month. he made some outstandins saves last week against Hamilton Accies and kept Celtic in the game. Honestly, without him Hamilton could have been 3/4 nil up, instead they had to make do with one. Celtic won comfortably in teh second half.how is Fraser Forster doing? seems a massive prospect....
wiki said:Sergei Pareiko (born January 31, 1977 in Tallinn) is an Estonian football goalkeeper, who currently plays for FC Tom Tomsk in the Russian Premier League.
In 2009 Pareiko had a meeting with the prime minister and former president of Russia, Vladimir Putin.
We've been linked with Shay Given, probably on loan, as well. Our current number 1 Fraser Forster seems likely to head back to Newcastle in January so we'll certainly be looking to bring in a replacement of some sort.bumping this thread because the other one with 23K posts took ages to load (probably should be closed)
anyway, apparently Celtic is interested in Estonian goalie Sergei Pareiko who is currently playing in Tomski Tom in Russian Premier League. would be great if this deal becomes a reality. he's a solid, reliable keeper and deserves a shot at higher level. Also he'd be a bargain buy.
Looks like a good shot-stopper, but is cumbersome with the ball at his feet, and for a guy at 6'7, doesn't really command his area anywhere near well enough.jinky, how has Foster been so far?
Do you know much about him mate?Croatian media reports 19 year old NK Varazdin defender Dino Skvorc is on trial with Celtic, but Varazdin report they won't sell him easily. He also has interest from Serie A sides. There was a young Croatian defender on trial with Celtic a few years ago (Prahic) but he never was signed