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Kris Boyd Hits Back at ‘Raging’ Celtic Fans Over Olivier Ntcham

Kris Boyd Hits Back at ‘Raging’ Celtic Fans Over Olivier Ntcham

Kris Boyd has taken to Instagram to hit back at Celtic fans today, after quotes from Olivier Ntcham confirming he wanted to leave the Hoops for Porto last summer.

As we told you yesterday, Ntcham has confirmed he was disappointed not to be allowed to join the Portuguese giants last August, and he continues to be linked with a departure from Glasgow with Marseille linked with making a big-money move.

As we told you at the time, former Rangers and Kilmarnock striker Boyd broke the news of Ntcham’s desire to leave the Premiership champions – only to be met with criticism and abuse by Celtic supporters online.

Well, now that the Porto rumours have been confirmed by Ntcham himself, Boyd is clearly enjoying reminding Hoops fans just who was first to break the story:

Boyd has always been an outspoken pundit, but now that he’s retired from football it seems he’ll be even more forthright when it comes to expressing his opinions – if that’s at all possible.

What do you think of Boyd as a pundit?

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