Scott Sinclair has made a massive admission on Sky Sports about his move to Celtic and his time playing in the Hoops.
Scott Sinclair might not have been at Celtic for a long time but that did not stop him from having a spectacular career for the Hoops. A major part of the Treble Treble team, the Englishman exploded into Scottish football, scoring 25 goals in his debut campaign and taking home all individual honours at the end of the season.
The following seasons might not have been as good, he remained a big part of the team as long as Brendan Rodgers was the manager. The same cannot be said of his time playing under Neil Lennon though as he was frozen out of the first-team and ultimately ended up moving back to England by joining Preston North End.
But while his Parkhead career might not have had the happiest ending, Sinclair appears have nothing but good memories from his time playing for the Scottish champions.
As reported by The Scottish Sun, he appeared on Sky Sports’ show Soccer AM and spoke fondly of his time spent at Celtic:
"It was probably one of the best decisions I ever made in my career, at that time.”There was always speculation of me going up there at that time and I had thought about other things like could have stayed in England.“But once I went up there, I knew how big Celtic was, but I didn’t realise how big it is until you play for them.“When you do play for them, you realise: “Wow, this is a massive club.”"
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They say Celtic is a club like no other and comments made by players such as Sinclair even after they have left just solidify those claims even further.
Sinclair was a fan favourite during the three-and-a-half seasons that he was at Parkhead and one of the biggest parts of the spectacular team that Brendan Rodgers had managed to assemble. Some of the football that that side played was exquisite and the Invincible season will be remembered for a long, long time.
It might not have been the happiest of endings, but it is great to see that Sinclair has great memories of his time playing for the Hoops. Cause we certainly have great memories of him.