Why Bilel Mohsni Returning to Scottish Football Would Be The Funniest Thing Ever

Why Bilel Mohsni Returning to Scottish Football Would Be The Funniest Thing Ever

Bilel Mohsni could be on the verge of a return to Scottish football after beginning training with Dundee United.

The Tunisian defender hasn’t been seen in Scotland since his controversial exit at Fir Park back in 2015.

At the end of Rangers’ Premiership play-off defeat to Motherwell, Mohsni was involved in an on-pitch fight with Lee Erwin and Fraser Kerr of the Steelmen.

It led to a seven-game ban for Mohsni, which he hasn’t served after leaving Rangers to sign for Angers in France.

Like us, you could be forgiven for having thought Mohsni’s time in Scotland was over.

But, it looks like he could be set for a shock return if United decide to sign him up – and here’s why that would be just about the funniest thing to ever happen to Scottish football:

Just Look at This

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The Video of the Incident is Pretty Entertaining

The Image of Him Doing This is Too

He Can Do Amazing Things Like This

And Dress Like This

Only Mohsni Could Be as Happy to Be Pictured With Two Black Eyes

Paul Sturrock Talking About Him is Brilliant

Ever Seen Him Dancing?

Who Can Forget About This?

Some of His Press Comments Were Hilarious Too

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Here he is speaking about Lee Wallace during his time at Rangers: “As for Lee Wallace, he is good enough to play for any Premier League team, even Arsenal. Kieran Gibbs or Wallace? Waldo would fit into their side no problem.”

Here he is talking about how strong his Rangers team were: “For me, I am not afraid of any team. I think we have a strong team and I am looking forward to facing any other team.”

He Got a Post-Match Red Card For Clashing With Gary Bollan Once

Remember That Headbutt in a Friendly v Derby Too?

We personally can’t wait for Mohsni to be unveiled in that United kit.


Staff Editor

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