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Celtic Fans Are Slaughtering Eboue Kouassi After His Performance Against Hearts

Celtic Fans Are Slaughtering Eboue Kouassi After His Performance Against Hearts

Brendan Rodgers rang the changes in his Celtic side this afternoon, and gave several fringe players an opportunity to prove themselves – but midfielder Eboue Kouassi definitely left a lot to be desired.

The Hoops boss freshened up his starting XI ahead of a crucial Champions League qualifier against AEK Athens on Tuesday night, and it seemed to backfire somewhat, with Hearts winning 1-0 at Tynecastle.

Kyle Lafferty scored the only goal of the game in the second-half, and the home side looked hungrier all over the park, and it wasn’t long before Kouassi was being targeted by his own supporters on social media.

The 20-year-old Ivorian joined Celtic in 2017 for a rumoured fee of around £3 million, but his underwhelming display in the capital certainly hasn’t gone down well with the club’s frustrated fans:

Are the Celtic fans right to be giving Kouassi this sort of criticism, or should they be giving a relatively young player more time to develop in Scottish football?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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