You don’t get many people who will tell you they had some regret signing for Celtic but it appears that former defender Steven Pressley has regrets about his move to the club under Gordon Strachan.
The player who ended up joining former Hearts star, Paul Hartley at Celtic Park after the pair stood up to the Hearts chairman Vladimir Romanov at the time wishes he had given the move more thought because it has made him ‘unemployable’ in Glasgow.
“I had a great two years as a player at Celtic but if I could turn back the clock, maybe it wasn’t the best move for me” Pressley told the Daily Record.
“Before only half the city didn’t like me but after I joined Celtic, I suppose it made me unemployable where both clubs are concerned.
“I was only looking at it through the eyes of a player who just wanted to win trophies.
“But there’s a bit of a stigma there.”
Pressley was speaking ahead of today’s Celtic versus Hearts semi-final.
The defender is mostly known for his nine years at Tynecastle other than anything else and it seems to be a bit of an overdramatic statement to claim he’s ‘unemployable’ in the West of Scotland.
During his time at Celtic, he did ok but it was nothing to write home about, he came in with little fanfare and left with little fanfare.