Many Celtic fans have been discussing a news update about Albian Ajeti that recently emerged on social media.
Celtic striker Ajeti has been charged by the Scottish FA for simulation during the club’s Premiership win over Kilmarnock. The Swiss forward had won a penalty after taking a tumble following supposed contact from Kilmarnock goalkeeper Colin Doyle (as per Sky Sports).
Does Ajeti deserve a ban?
The update has stated that Ajeti is now facing a two-match ban with a Scottish FA hearing set to be held on Monday, should the Hoops look to challenge the decision.
This news about Ajeti was relayed on Facebook by Celtic News Now. Many Hoops supporters made their views clear about the news.
What did Celtic fans make of this news about Ajeti?
After the recent game, Kilmarnock interim manager James Fowler made his doubts clear about whether the incident involving Ajeti was a penalty or not. He believed that the fact the officials took a while to make a decision said a lot about the call in itself.
Some of these Celtic fans aren’t happy with this decision and they are demanding for more consistency in the SFA rulings.
While Ajeti scored in the previous game, the outing against Kilmarnock was his first start in the league since late November, when he played 58 minutes against Hibernian (as per Transfermarkt). He is currently valued at £4.05 million.
That might be a reflection of the fact that Ajeti isn’t an important player right now and even if he does get banned for a couple of games, Celtic may not be troubled too much by his absence.