Many Celtic fans have been talking about a tweet involving Olivier Ntcham that recently emerged on social media.
The official Celtic Twitter account recently tweeted about Ntcham, wishing the Frenchman happy birthday on Tuesday. The tweet also carried an image of the midfielder.
Are you angry at this tweet about Ntcham?
This tweet about the French midfielder caught the attention of multiple Hoops fans. They made their views clear about Ntcham.
What did these Celtic fans make of this tweet about Ntcham?
“Aye, best wishes to a player who downed tools months ago and couldn’t get away quick enough. Surely a parody account.“
“Dying at this one. No way is this real.“
“Anybody in any doubt that we’re just being trolled now, have a look at that.“
“Beyond satire now. Wishing happy birthday to yet another talented player who walked away because he couldn’t develop under our dreadful manager. Lennon out.“
“When is Kris Boyd’s birthday ?? It bound to be posted on here… Unbelievable…. Read the Room…”
Ntcham recently left Celtic to join Ligue 1 side Marseille on a loan deal, but Marseille do have the option to buy him permanently too. But when Marseille signed him, Andre Villas-Boas made it clear that he had offered to resign from his post as the club’s manager. Marseille then suspended the Portuguese manager, who is also pending disciplinary proceedings (as per Sky Sports).
In the summer, Ntcham’s representatives have asked for information from Celtic about their valuation of the French midfielder.
“What is this…“
“Is that a joke?“
“They’re 100% on the wind up at this point.”
The midfielder had made only 14 league appearances in the 2020/21 season and he scored once, assisting once. His last start in the league came back in October last year and his last appearance for the Bhoys came back in late December (as per Transfermarkt).
Of course, the fact that fans are seemingly getting impatient over a January review that is now overdue certainly hasn’t helped the cause, with the club seemingly taking the time to tweet a picture of Ntcham instead.