Date: 23rd August 2018 at 7:13pm
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Celtic fans have not enjoyed the performance of goalkeeper Craig Gordon in UEFA Europa League qualifying against Suduva this evening.

The shot-stopper failed to deal with a crossed set-piece, allowing the away side to equalise the match after Olivier Ntcham had headed the Hoops in front just two minutes in.

Although there were definite question marks about the defending, or lack of, there was plenty of room for the Scotland international to come and claim the ball.

There has also been problems with his distribution, which seems to have failed to improve in any way over the last 12 months.

Luckily Celtic are dominating possession and creating chances, but the fact that the team keep conceding really soft goals is a point of massive frustration for most supporters.

Here’s hoping we can up our game and take a win back to Celtic Park for the second leg.

Fans took to Twitter this evening to share their thoughts on Craig Gordon’s performance so far…

Is it time to give Scott Bain a run in the Celtic team? Share your thoughts in the comments below…

 

4 Replies to “‘Abysmal’, ‘Atrocious’ – Celtic supporters give one man pelters after unexpected Lithuanian blow”

  • Gordon never has or will take charge of his six yard box at least Bain does come out
    fed up watching the ball being played back wards when we are in their half its like watching a training run
    I fear the Rangers game as our defence is crying out for a couple of decent defenders when a team cuts out our passing game by pressing up on us then we have no answers to them young Johnston for me is the more direct player than Forrest {the crab } who most of the time goes sideways infield when he has the ball that means we are getting that area compressed and we lose our width I could go on but feel depressed after watching that effort against THE LOCAL LITHUANIAM PUB TEAM Celtic have gone backwards instead of going forward by strengthening the team I can see Rankers winning the League because of the stupidity of the Celtic Board

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