THE dust has just about settled on the weekend's title winning party. 

The season has of course ended for Celtic, as the players and management enjoy some time off. 

Here are the top stories from Monday, May 16...

Starfelt hits back at Rangers fans

CARL STARFELT has hit back at Rangers fans after being taunted alongside teammate Jota on a plane yesterday.

The pair were filmed and pictured on a Ryanair flight full of Rangers fans as they jetted out to Seville for the Europa League final.

One Ibrox fan placed a Rangers sticker on Jota's hat during the flight and the pair were also victims of taunts throughout the journey.

READ MORE: Celtic star Carl Starfelt hits back at Rangers fans with social media message after being taunted on plane

Impressive stats show Postecoglou impact

CELTIC are one of the leading teams in the world when it comes to playing out from the back, according to statistics from the CIES Football Observatory.

When it comes to the percentage of long passes from goalkeeper Joe Hart per game this season, the Scottish champions came in fourth in the list behind PSG, Hamburg and Silkeborg with 13.1 per cent.

Only PSG pair Keylor Navas (8.2%) and Gianluigi Donnarumma (8.4%), Hamburg’s Daniel Heuer Fernandes (8.7%) and Nicolai Larsen (12.8%) beat the former England number one.

READ MORE: Celtic stats show Ange Postecoglou's team are one of the leading teams in the world when it comes to playing out from the back

Dalglish in warning to Rangers

KENNY DALGLISH has fired Rangers a must-win warning ahead of their Europa League final against Frankfurt on Wednesday.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst's team have would land an automatic Champions League group stage spot if they claim victory and Dalglish insists this could be vital in their domestic battle with Celtic.

The Hoops are already booked into the group stages after winning the Premiership title this season and the financial gain is a massive plus point for Ange Postecoglou's side.

READ MORE: Kenny Dalglish sends Rangers 'financial' warning saying Celtic's Champions League cash could be key