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CELTIC-daft Martin Compston will be sporting a Lisbon Lions top in his new BBC drama.
The Scots actor took to Instagram to share his costume – saying that he “loves this job”.
He posted a retro Hoops top with the date of the club’s famous European Cup win in 1967 emblazoned on the chest.
Compston, 35, is currently filming upcoming drama The Nest for the Beeb.
He said: “Today’s costume, love this job.
“Happy Friday folks #THENEST #BBC1”.
And the pic proved popular on social media, racking up over 3,000 likes in an hour.
Compston is set to star in alongside Peaky Blinders favourite Sophie Rundle, 31.
The cast also includes Trainspotting actress Shirley Henderson, 53, and David Hayman, 71.
Compston told how he would be thrilled to speak in his own twang during the series, created by Three Girls writer Nicole Taylor.
And we told you earlier this week how he lumped £330 on a Celtic victory over Rangers at last weekend’s Old Firm.
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