BACK TO CELTIC by Kieran
Arsenal current football player Kieran Tierney express his wish to go back to Celtic in close up interview with the press.
Kieran Tierney was born in Scotland (Douglas, isle of Man) who played for Celtic for four years. He started his career at Lennoxtown Academy in Scotland.
EXPERIENCE IN CELTIC
The 22-year-old guy joined arsenal on August in 2019 for £25 million. The Lennoxtown Academy player said leaving Scottish Premier league was not easy decision to take.
I will forever miss Celtic and taken transfer from Celtic to the Gunners is the one of the hardest decisions I have ever taken; He said
He added by saying; I am not moving to Arsenal to stay in London forever but I am here to play for arsenal. I have deeply miss Celtic and also appreciate all what for what Celtic team has done for me.
He took four titles at Celtic in the Scottish Premier League
EXPERIENCE IN ARSENAL
In his 8th month Arsenal, there is great and interesting performance this forwarder is showing up, said by Gabriel Martinelli. He added by saying Kieran with this marvelous performance he can become on the world class players.
The young player has scored 10 goals for Arsenal in all competitions this season.
HIS ACHIEVEMENTS AND AGONIES
He suffered from a ligament injury on 27th of October 2016 in his initial appearance in the Group stage of the UEFA Champions League.
Kieran Tierney was able to send their team to the next level in 2015 Scottish Premiership match against Dundee in an 81st minute substitute.
He was once crowned PFA Scotland Young Player of the year in 2017. In the same year he developed a jaw injury in the Scottish final Cup and was substituted for treatment but Celtic won by 2-1 which led to play for domestic treble and perfect season.
Starting from August 2017, He captained as a central defender for Celtic in the Scottish League Cup. Celtic was crowned the winner with un disputable score of 5-0 nil. This young Brazilian player added his name to score sheet by striking from 40 yards straight into the net.
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