After the beer bath he and his teammates underwent at the weekend after securing Bayer Leverkusen’s first ever German title, Jeremiah Frimpong was back at it and breaking hearts in London!

The former Celtic player, who still has a juicy percentage sell-on clause in his contract with the German club, scored the decisive goal for Leverkusen against West Ham in the Europa league to knock Davie Moyes’ men out of the competition. Moyes also a former Celt! Leverkusen took a 2-0 lead to London, but West Ham had got back in the game scoring first. While pushing for a second to take it to extra time, Frimpong pounced and scored the fatal blow.

Jeremie is one of the hottest properties in European football and is expected to make a big money move elsewhere sooner rather than later. The more he continues to shine, the bigger and better things could get for him, and Celtic, for that matter.

Doing it in front of an English audience who were hoping for West Ham to pull it out of the bag at home on Thursday won’t do the wee man any harm at all.

During his time at Celtic, the right-back was infectious. His big personality with his explosive pace made him a Celtic fan favourite. The Celtic shop even printing a shirt with the words ‘oh my days’ on it. A phrase that came synonymous with the player during his time at the club.

We wish the treble winner all the best for the rest of the season and maybe there’s another trophy in his immediate future.


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