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Celtic Youngster Loaned To Aberdeen Deletes Account After Old Tweet Resurfaces

Celtic Youngster Loaned To Aberdeen Deletes Account After Old Tweet Resurfaces
By Mikey Traynor
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The decision made by Celtic to allow promising youngster Ryan Christie to join Aberdeen, the closest club to them in the Scottish Premier League table, is not something you'd usually see under regular circumstances, but as Brendan Rodgers' men are so comfortable at the top and pretty much have the title wrapped up, it's a win-win in both cases.

Celtic will see one of their young talents getting valuable game time at a club that expects to win most of it's games in the league, and Aberdeen get some much-needed depth in midfield and a promising player that is happy to be there.. Right?

Well, maybe not. As is now the done thing on twitter, signing for a new club prompts an extensive search of your social media history to make sure you've never said anything negative about your new team. That was bad news for Ryan Christie, as it soon emerged that he tweeted this back in 2012...

Ouch.

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Saying you hate the club is one thing, calling them sheep-shagging cunts is a whole other level.

After the tweet did the rounds, Christie deleted his twitter account, but the damage was already done and the screenshots are still doing the rounds.

It's not likely to affect anything really, as Christie said what he said when he was 16 and presumably feels no genuine hatred for Aberdeen as he has agreed to play for the club.

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As unfortunate as it is, it seems as though it's not upset his new supporters too much.

[H/T: Barry O'Mahony on Twitter]

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