Timo Weah has to issue an apology to PSG fans on Wednesday night after the Celtic Loan star congratulated two of his mates who made their Champions League debut for Man Utd and helped dump his parent club out of the competition.

Weah is on-loan to Celtic until the end of the season and after the late drama in Paris the player was just happy for his friends but obviously disappointed to see his parent club crash out.

The player wrote an apology in French on his Instagram story after the social media blunder.

This reads (according to the lads st TalkingBaws) as

“I sincerely apologise for not realising that I commented on something bad.

“Even though I was disappointed with Manchester’s win, I was happy for my two friends [Chong and Greenwood] who made their debut in the Champions League, which is also my dream.

“It’s just really bad timing on my part.

“PSG did everything for me – I have no reason to be against them.

“I love my team-mates and I love the fans, so I will never let the fans or the club down.”

Some Celtic fans joked he had burnt his bridges with PSG after this incident and he should just stay at Celtic going forward. Wishful thinking!

Weah looks itching to start a game for his new boss Neil Lennon after appearing as a second half sub against Hearts and not making it onto the field against Hibernian.


  1. There was nothing wrong with his comment and he has nothing to apologise for. Had PSG won he would congratulate them and commiserate with his 2 friends. Utd won and so he congratulated his 2 friends. It was an oversight not to commiserate with PSG , his club, but he has acknowledged that.
    I think he has demonstrated a kindness on his part for which I admire him.


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