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With the flair of Brazil, World Cup holders Italy and the number one ranked side on the globe Spain in attendance, the Confederations Cup is a must-see tournament – Starts 14th June.

Celtic have confirmed the appointment of Tony Mowbray as their new manager.

The Glasgow outfit have been looking for a replacement for Gordon Strachan since the end of the 2008-09 campaign.

The former West Brom manager, who spent four years at Parkhead as a player, will be officially unveiled on Wednesday.

He previously managed in Scotland with Hibernian in 2004, enjoying a two-year spell at Easter Road prior to becoming West Brom manager.

“Celtic Football Club is delighted today (Tuesday) to confirm that Tony Mowbray has been appointed the new Celtic manager,” read a statement on the club’s official website.

“Tony will be joined at Celtic by Mark Venus, Peter Grant and Neil Lennon in the new Celtic management team.

“This is fantastic news for the club and we look forward to officially unveiling Tony as the new Celtic manager at a news conference at Celtic Park tomorrow (Wednesday, 17th June) at 10am.”

With the flair of Brazil, World Cup holders Italy and the number one ranked side on the globe Spain in attendance, the Confederations Cup is a must-see tournament – Starts 14th June.

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