Former Celtic star makes massive claim about 10IAR

Despite Celtic’s early season struggles, Timothy Weah has made a massive claim about the fate of their 10IAR campaign.

It is no secret that Celtic have had their struggles this season. With a historic 10IAR up for grabs, the fans would have wanted the Hoops to come out of the blocks firing on all cylinders. In reality, it has been one stumble after the other.

At this point of time, they are sitting 13 points behind the Rangers in the league table. What is more worrying is the fact that Steven Gerrard’s side look like the real deal this time around. They have scored 45 goals while conceding just 3 through the first 16 games. As a result, Celtic’s only saving grace is their two games in hand, which they will be hoping to win and close down the gap.

But with the club deciding to stick with Neil Lennon as manager despite just 2 wins in 12 games, many fans believe that the Hoops have already cost themselves the 10IAR. There have been multiple protests over the last month or so but nothing really has changed at the club.

Timothy Weah though seems confident that the club can still get the job done and secure 10IAR by the end of the season. As reported by Glasgow Live, he said:

“I feel they are going to do it and I hope they do because, having been a player there, I’d love to see them do 10 in a row.

“Each team has their ups and downs and this is just a down for Celtic at this moment.

“But I have full confidence in the coaching staff that they are going to sort things out. I know the guys, they are 100 per cent fighters. They are warriors over there, so I know they are going to get back on track.”

The son of legendary Liberian footballer, George Weah, the then teenager had joined Celtic for a six-month loan in early 2019 from Paris Saint-Germain. And while he did not have an incredible spell at the club, 4 goals and an assist from 17 appearances is not a terrible return either.

Weah appeared to have enjoyed his spell at Parkhead a lot although it was cut short early when he was named in the United States squad for the Under-20 World Cup. And it is good to see that he still has the club in his heart.

And while at this point of time it is hard to see a way back for the Hoops, we have to remember that stranger things have happened in football before. A couple of good results, a couple of bad ones for Celtic and things can turn around completely.

The board have made it clear that Lennon will be in charge at least till the end of the year. So let’s just back the manager and the team to turn things around.