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Under new manager Tony Mowbray, the team's form was poor for much of the season, which led to Mowbray being sacked in March.Mc Geady enjoyed an improved season, staying injury-free while contributing seven goals and 16 assists in 35 league appearances.He played regularly from that point in the Celtic team that again won the SPL championship and also qualified for the knockout stage of the Champions League for the first time in club history, defeating Manchester United, Benfica and Copenhagen in the group stage before losing 1–0 to eventual champions A. One of his most memorable performances came against Aberdeen, scoring a goal and setting up three, including a second goal for striker Scott Mc Donald with a 360-degree turn and cross.He continued to provide goals for his team, most importantly Mc Donald's equalising goal against rivals Rangers, a match that Celtic went on to win 3–2 which proved to be crucial in Celtic's successful defence of their title.Mc Geady scored his first goal for Sunderland the following weekend on 13 August 2017 in a 3-1 victory at Norwich City with a superb strike from 20 yards.Mc Geady then set up Lewis Grabban for his second goal and Sunderland's third with a cross into him.Mc Geady accepted the offer and joined the Irish youth setup.Mc Geady was later named in a Scotland under-16 squad, but declined, citing his experience of the Irish set up, despite attempts to persuade him to do so by Scotland head coach Berti Vogts.
The club reached the knockout stages of the Champions League for a second consecutive season and won the league title for the third year in a row, overhauling Rangers with one week left and winning at Dundee United on the final day of the season to clinch the trophy.
After serving the two match ban, he made his return on the last game of the season, where he provided an assist in a 2–0 win against Alania Vladikavkaz.
At the end of the season, Mc Geady made 23 appearances and scored five times.
The start of the following season saw Mc Geady completely frozen out of the Everton first team.
By November 2015 he had made only one appearance, in a League Cup tie against Barnsley on 26 August, and even then he was taken off at half-time.