Celtic: Fans talk about Patryk Klimala

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Many Celtic fans have been talking about the latest tweet involving Patryk Klimala that recently emerged on social media.

The Celtic Twitter account recently posted a tweet about Klimala concerning the fact that the striker had scored for Poland Under-21s against Latvia Under-21s in an Under-21 European Championship qualifier.

Should Klimala get more game time?





This tweet involving the club’s Polish striker caught the attention of many Celtic fans. They flocked to the tweet and made their opinions clear about the update.

What did Celtic fans make of this tweet involving Patryk Klimala?

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Klimala joined Celtic from Polish club Jagiellonia Bialystok in the January transfer window for a reported fee of £3.5 million. Since joining the club, he has made 17 appearances for the Bhoys and has found the back of the net three times (as per Transfermarkt).

For the Poland Under-21s side, the 22-year-old started on the bench against Latvia. The striker came on later in the game and scored the team’s third goal of the tie to help them pick up a 3-1 win.

A lot of these Celtic fans feel that Klimala should be playing more often for Celtic and some are blaming Neil Lennon for not using him as much as he should.

For Celtic this season, Klimala has played only 328 minutes of first-team football in all competitions for the Bhoys. In the Premiership, he has made only two starts for the Hoops and has come on from the bench eight times. All three of his goals this term so far have come in the league (as per WhoScored).

However, his performances in the league have earned him a rating of only 6.4/10 (as per WhoScored) and only four players have picked up lesser ratings than him. So perhaps it is understandable why Lennon doesn’t rely too much on Klimala.

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