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Maeda, Ideguchi and Hatate make instant Celtic training impact as 'excitement' factor talked up

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Pleased Ange Postecoglou has praised new signings Daizen Maeda, Reo Hatate and Yosuke Ideguchi ahead of their looming Celtic debuts.

The trio were long-term targets for the Parkhead boss who was keen to strengthen his squad ahead of the second half of the season.

Now all three are in the mix to make their debut on Monday night when they host a revamped Hibs side managed by Celtic favourite Shaun Maloney.

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