The club held their home games across the city at Hampden when Celtic Park was being redeveloped.
So I don't think having to play Champions League qualifiers at Murrayfield next season will be too arduous for Neil Lennon's team.
The Hoops will have to stage their early European ties at an alternative venue if, as looks highly likely, they win the SPFL Premiership this season.
Celtic Park is being given over to the organisers of the Commonwealth Games from the middle of June and will stage the opening ceremony.
I think the games will be brilliant for both Glasgow and Scotland. Sometimes you have to think of the greater good.
Having to travel through to Edinburgh may inconvenience some fans. But once they get there they will find a super stadium with a good surface.
Celtic Park is a great stadium and, as we witnessed once again in the game against Shakhter Karagandy last week, the atmosphere on big European nights is amazing.
I'm not sure that will be reproduced at Murrayfield. I don't think the games there would be sold out as its capacity is 67,000.
The possibility of playing games at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin is being mooted as a possibility. But I can not see Uefa sanctioning a game in another country.
Celtic will, I am sure, be able to overcome any issues that may arise out of playing their Champions League qualifiers at Murrayfield.