Celtic and transfers have caused us a few headaches in recent months and you can understand why.
We’ve been slow on the uptake and the fiasco in the summer was poor to say the least.
Indeed, though January has seen some signings made, there has been a lack of direction at times with our transfer policy and few things sum that up more than the deal with Youssouff Mulumbu.
The midfielder was signed and instantly became a fringe player, with there apparently no real reason that we signed him apart from desperation.
And now Brendan has said that we need to get him out on loan so he can play given his age, when we knew he wouldn’t play for us much when he first came.
Rodgers was quoted by the Scottish Sun as saying:
“Youssouff is at the age where he needs to play really.
“He came in as a support player to the team but he’s at the age really where he needs to play in the next part of the season so he’ll probably go out on loan too.”
It’s just a sign of some of the mismanagement that has been at the club of late and it’s something we need to address.
We’ve been dominant for so long, let’s not give things up by poor calls – hopefully we can learn from this.