It was late Sunday evening when after a week of nothing Ryan Christie finally posted something on his social media since turning off from Twitter.
The Celtic midfielder pulled his Twitter account not long after the Livingston game where he was sent off for a bad challenge on Livi’s Scott Robertson. Much has been said about the incident but most Celtic fans are in agreement that Ryan should be cut some slack for the foul.
His punishment will be missing the next two games from suspension and the abuse he may have received on Twitter not justified.
The player has not updated any of his social media accounts since the incident but last night after the emphatic 6-0 Scotland win against San Marino the little midfielder posted a picture of himself in a Scotland jersey smiling. Something Celtic fans will be delighted to see. As for Twitter – we recommend most players stay away from the toxic platform.
We have moved on from the Livingston game and must refocus ahead of the next round of fixtures. Ryan will miss both the Ross County game at home and the Aberdeen away tie.
Tom Rogic a likely candidate to come in and fill the position or even Oli Ntcham who is comfortable playing further up the field.