FORMER Celtic Striker Marc Antoine Fortune has been signed for Non-League side Chesterfield in what’s being considered a coup for the small town club.
The former Mowbray signing only spent one season with Celtic in what was probably one of the worst Celtic teams of the modern era.
Celtic spent £3.8million on the frontman who struggled to find the net consistently for the Hoops. He will be widely remembered for scoring the winning goal against Old Rangers at Celtic Park for a team managed by ‘interim manager’ Neil Lennon.
When Neil Lennon got the full time gig as Celtic boss once Mowbray had been sacked, he cleaned house and Fortune was a casualty in the shake up.
Since leaving the club West Bromwich Albion, Doncaster Rovers, Wigan Athletic, Coventry City, Southend United and now Chesterfield.
With the 37-year-old’s new club kicking off their domestic season tomorrow he will be the focal point of the attack.
Can he help with their push for promotion?