Date: 3rd May 2021 at 12:20pm
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Lots of Celtic fans have blasted Jonjoe Kenny for his performance in the Old Firm recently.

The Hoops took a 4-1 loss in the Old Firm on Sunday, not helped by being down to ten men a result of Callum McGregor’s sending off. John Kennedy’s men did make it 1-1 through Odsonne Edouard, but scored two goals in the second half to win the game (as per Daily Record).

Kenny had started the game at right-back on Sunday and the picked up a rating of 6.15 in the outing. He failed to complete a single dribble, as the Englishman played only a single key pass too (as per Whoscored).

Has Kenny been poor for Celtic this season?





Defensively, he wasn’t too bad as he attempted five tackles and completed three clearances. But the 24-year-old didn’t make a single interception (as per Whoscored).

Kenny’s performance drew the attention of many Celtic fans, who were fuming about the Everton loanee.

What did Celtic fans make of Kenny’s performance?

“Jonjoe Kenny taking Over Duffy as the worst ever Celt.”

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“Jonjoe Kenny is seriously abysmal.”

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“Glad to see the back of him.”

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“Jonjoe Kenny doesnt deserve another second in a Celtic jersey.

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“Is Jonjoe Kenny the of all time? Not for me to say, but yes.

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“If I had a pound for the amount of times Jonjoe Kenny has passed the ball back this season I think I’d have enough money to buy Celtic.

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“I’d send Jonjoe Kenny back to Everton yesterday.”

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During his time at Parkhead so far, Kenny has played nine Premiership games for the club and he has picked up one assist, with an average WhoScored rating 7.06 (as per Whoscored).

This suggests that he has had some decent games, irrespective of the fact that his performance in the Old Firm wasn’t great. So Celtic fans should perhaps wait for the season to end before making a judgement about Kenny.

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