Date: 20th July 2021 at 9:33pm
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Many Celtic supporters have been raging at the performance of Greg Taylor in the club’s Champions League qualifier against Midtjylland.

The Hoops had Taylor starting at left-back at Parkhead on Tuesday, as scored on his competitive debut for the Hoops. Nir Bitton though, was sent off before the end of the first half, reducing the Hoops down to ten men against the Danish club.

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Many Celtic fans though, weren’t happy with Taylor’s performance against Midtjylland. They made their views clear about the Scottish left-back.

What did Celtic fans make of Taylor’s performance?

“Greg Taylor miles off it.

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“Greg taylor is never Celtic quality.

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“Taylor and ralston shouldn’t even be near a Celtic B team.”

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“Taylor gives me the fear man.”

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“So is taylor. Hes horrific. Both celtic reserve players.”

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“There ya go. Barkas, ralston, bitton, taylor. Not one good enough to play for celtic. How on earth people think otherwise boggles my mind.”

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Some of these Celtic fans don’t think that Taylor is good enough to play for the club’s first-team and he isn’t a good player.
Boli Bolingoli has been linked with an exit from the club and he had spent the 2020/21 campaign on loan at Turkish club Basaksehir anyway. The defender had broken lockdown restrictions last summer, which had sparked a furious reaction from Neil Lennon. His loan move came about after that.
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While Taylor wasn’t a regular last season, he is perhaps their only established option at left-back, especially considering Bolingoli’s uncertain future. So it wouldn’t be a surprise if the Scotsman continues to feature more often in the 2021/22 season, unless reinforcements arrive.
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