Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers says he is not listening to any of his critics after the humbling midweek defeat to PSG.
Rodgers came in for a lot of criticism because of his attacking philosophy as the Scottish champions fell to a heavy 7-1 defeat in France.
Neymar, Edinson Cavani, Kylian Mbappe, Marco Verratti and Dani Alves were all on the scoresheet on what was a night to forget for the club.
Chris Sutton was among the high-profile names to blame Rodgers’ game plan for the defeat, while former Celtic player Kris Commons, who was writing in the Daily Mail, also questioned the manager’s decisions.
As reported by the Daily Record, Rodgers says all the talk does not bother him as his Celtic side prepare to face Motherwell in the Scottish League Cup final on Sunday.
I’ve learned through experience just to not listen. The more experienced I get, I listen a lot, lot less. After the game my focus was on just making sure the players were okay, which they were, absolutely fine, and then yesterday I don’t involve myself.
I’m not on social media. I don’t read so much of the press. I have not actually seen one letter or word that has been spoken.
Despite the heavy defeat, Celtic remain in a strong position to fall into the Europa League through a third-place finish in their Champions League group.