Vladimir Weiss is Taunting Celtic as PSG Run Riot in the Champions League

Vladimir Weiss is Taunting Celtic as PSG Run Riot in the Champions League

With Celtic trailing PSG 4-1 going into half-time, ex-Rangers winger Vladimir Weiss has taken to Twitter to tease his former employers’ fiercest rivals.

Weiss spent a single season at Ibrox, winning the league title and a Scottish Cup under Walter Smith.

And despite leaving Scotland six years ago and currently plying his trade in Qatar for Al-Gharafa, Weiss is clearly keen to fuel the fire between himself and the Celtic supporters.

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Neymar has scored twice, while Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe have both got on the score sheet for the hosts, while Moussa Dembele gave the Celtic support a brief sense of hope having scored the opener.

However, with PSG looking capable of racking up a cricket score in the second 45 minutes, Weiss took to social media to ask whether the match was simply an exhibition game instead of a competitive fixture:

The 27-year-old tagged another former Rangers player, Filip Sebo, in his post:


Sebo, who like Weiss spent a single season at Rangers, soon replied:


Sebo and Weiss will no doubt be inundated with some colourful responses from the Celtic support for these posts!


Staff Editor

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