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Unwanted Celtic Defender Responds To Critics With Match-Winning Goal

Unwanted Celtic Defender Responds To Critics With Match-Winning Goal
By Arthur James O'Dea

With certain Celtic fans convinced that Dedryck Boyata has hitherto refused to play for their club this season, the 27-year-old Belgian defender insists he has been injured.

Back in the Celtic starting XI for today's Scottish Premiership tie against Hamilton at Celtic Park, a section of fans were making their feelings toward the former Manchester City defender perfectly clear.

Dismayed that a player they believed to have refused the opportunity to play for the club should be picked at all, Brendan Rodgers decision to play Boyata has resulted in the only imaginable conclusion; he scored Celtic's only goal in their important 1-0 win this afternoon.

Choosing to adopt a fairly quiet approach for his celebrations, it was clear that his teammates were very excited that Boyata had grabbed the crucial goal.

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Having joined Celtic from Manchester City in 2015, Boyata's future with the club will have until 31 August to be sorted one way or another.

Former Rangers man Josh Windass couldn't but have his say on the Celtic fans who had unraveled the banner pre-match.

See Also: Steven Gerrard Pilloried For Naive Decision As Rangers Blow Win Against Motherwell

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