Date: 30th December 2020 at 3:45pm
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A lot of Celtic fans have flocked to Twitter to slate Jeremie Frimpong over his performance in the Hoops’ latest Premiership clash with Dundee United on Wednesday afternoon. 

Frimpong started this game at right-back for Celtic, making this game his 18th Premiership appearance of the season. 

Per The Daily Record, in the early stages of this game, the Dutchman ran the ball out of play, but shortly after that, he found Hoops forward Leigh Griffiths in the box with a low cross, though his teammate was ultimately unable to convert the chance. 

So, what have these Celtic fans been saying about Frimpong’s performance versus Dundee United? 

Unfortunately for Frimpong, the £2.7m-rated man’s cross to set up that Griffiths chance wasn’t enough to please these Celtic fans and the 20-year-old has been receiving plenty of stick from supporters of the Glasgow club on Twitter.

“A love wee frimpong but if he starts on Saturday hes in for a long day against kent n barisic, jezza unfortunately cannot defend ahahah”

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“In the final v Hearts after he came on he had 2 fresh air kicks & just had another one there after about 2 mins!!!”

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Which club did Brown join Celtic from?

“Has frimpong regressed?”

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“Frimpong needs to cross that earlier. needs to do much better in that situation.”

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“If only Frimpong could cross a ball!!!”

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“Frimpong needs to work on his crosses”

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Should Frimpong start Saturday's Old Firm clash?

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YES

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“How frustrating is frimpong”

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“Yip, the only change for me us Frimpòng, as he’s like a rabbit in the headlights against them.”

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All in all, it’s clear that Frimpong has failed to impress many Hoops fans via his performance in this game, with many Celtic supporters slating his crossing, in particular, which may not be a good sign for the 20-year-old ahead of Saturday’s Old Firm clash.