Many Celtic fans have been pointing out the dramatic change in Timothy Weah since he moved to Glasgow just last month.
The well-articulated American was being praised for showing wisdom beyond his years when he took part in a serious of interviews when he first signed for Celtic.
The player spoke about earning his place at Celtic, growing up as George Weah’s son and generally being a positive, ambitious and driven person.
All those things are still there but what the player has shown since then is passion along with a bit of an edge. The Celtic loan star showed at Rugby Park he will not be picked on by opposing players and if they try and do so he will get his own back.
Weah was yellow carded after the game for giving some of the Killie players a bit of verbal back once the bhoys had secured the victory. The player looked unphased as he got in the face of Killie players and brushed off Jordan Jones shoves.
As the Celtic Wiki says below – It’s amazing what a few weeks in Glasgow can do to a man!
It’s a amazing what a few weeks living in Glasgow can do to a man… pic.twitter.com/3SkmCbfupA
— Celtic Wiki (@TheCelticWiki) February 17, 2019