So despite what he showed at Celtic, Colin Kazim-Richards actually does know his way to goal.
The Turkish striker spent foiur months with the Scottish champions last month, but failed to really do anything of note before leaving in the summer.
In total, he played 13 games, managed to score just two goals – against East Kilbride and Hearts – and spent the majority of his time as a substitute.
But Kazim-Richards appears to have improved since leaving Glasgow – despite the fact he’s playing for Corinthians in Brazil after a short spell with Coritiba.
The former Blackburn man was in the starting XI for Corinthians’ Paulista A1 clash against Audax on Saturday and popped up with the winning goal:
— Corinthians (@Corinthians) February 18, 2017
So it’s proven he is actually still capable of hitting the net – but we’re not sure if he’ll do it with any regularity at the Brazilian giants.
Corinthians are the 13th club Kazim-Richards has played for in his career and, at the age of 30, he’ll no doubt be hoping he can settle down and make it his last.