GREG TAYLOR has bemoaned the rulebook as we sit just a week out from the League Cup Final.
The game will be hotly contested between Celtic and The Rangers at Hampden in December, but one man who will not get onto the pitch that day will be Greg.
The left-back is finally getting his chance in the team with injuries to key personnel. But whatever shape of the team and injuries come the Cup Final the player will be sitting in the stands having played for Kilmarnock against Hamilton in an earlier round this term.
The defender is kicking himself and calling it a ‘poor decision’. At the time, nothing to Celtic was concrete and the left-back would be doing what his manager wanted him to do.
It will be a sore one for the player to miss such an important game but Greg is also grateful he managed to make his European debut for Celtic against Rennes on Thursday night with UEFA changing the rules a few years back which meant player’s who played in the qualifiers for another side could be re-registered in the group stage for another club.