Celtic hero Kieran Tierney has been heavily featured in the new All or Nothing series on Amazon Prime Video.
The Scottish left-back has opened up on many things, from leaving Celtic to his mental health struggles. The show has also given a great insight into how the Celtic academy graduate conducts himself off the pitch.
His time in London hasn’t been plain sailing; the documentary explores his troubles as he sits down one-on-one with the camera.
After admitting his mental health struggles, he’s opened up on how his move from the Hoops left him feeling scared, but admits he ‘lived the dream’ with Celtic’s most successful side in the modern era. As quoted by Glasgow Live, the Scottish international stated;
“We’d seen the reaction that Brendan Rodgers had got when he left Celtic for Leicester, so it was kind of scary.
“But it’s a very small minority. A lot of people messaged me saying: ‘All the best, we’re so proud of you, go smash it.’
“I still look back and see those as my best days – to be playing for your boyhood club. I lived the dream.”
A Celtic Return for Kieran Tierney?
It would be absurd to rule KT to Celtic out in the future; there’s no doubt he’s thought about returning to the Scottish Champions towards the end of his career. He’s a club fan and has repeatedly returned to watch the side in action.
He had to leave Celtic to test himself in a better quality league, playing top players weekly. It’d be great to see the player playing in green and white once more, but I think he’s got another big move first!