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Imrie: Get set for Invincibles sequel.

Byline: Scott McDermott

Hamilton skipper Dougie Imrie believes Celtic can go another season unbeaten.

The midfielder was helpless on Friday night as Brendan Rodgers' side demolished them 4-1 at the Superseal Stadium.

Imrie insists the Hoops are miles better than any team in the country - and can't see who's going to defeat them. The 34-yearold said: "The game was done by half-time on Friday night. We competed in the second half but at 3-0 up it was pretty easy for them.

"Celtic punished us pace, thagain this year." But Imrie is adamant the loss won't derail Accies. He said: "We've started the season well and Friday's result won't dampen our spirits. "Our bread and butter is against other clubs." ey're organised and when they get on top of you they kill you. They move the ball well and you can't switch off.

"If I'm being honest, it's difficult to see anyone in Scotland beating them this season.

"They went unbeaten last season and they've started like a train again this year." But Imrie is adamant the loss won't derail Accies. He said: "We've started the season well and Friday's result won't dampen our spirits.

"Our bread and butter is against other clubs."

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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Sep 10, 2017
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