Discussion in 'Celtic Chat' started by The Thumb, Aug 30, 2019.
Discuss Mohammed Elyounoussi. in the Celtic Chat area at TalkCeltic.net.
Burst into life in the 2nd half, that’s the player I remember batter us for Molde.
Aye but he’s too slow and we don’t really know his natural position.
Looking a very good signing already, great performance.
Hes really quite strong isnt he?
Wonder what Southampton would want for him, should offer £10m, chance our luck.
Thought he was outstanding tonight.
What a goal. Bought and paid for. Delighted for him.
That step over in the run up to his goal was sexual.
Fantastic game last night, first time I've been sold on him (probably to do with getting back to match fitness), his goal was a bit lucky but he deserved it. Better not get injured on international duty......
What are the chances of getting him permanently. Put in a bid in the January window and make him ours.
I’m not seeing the slow bit at all, when he gets going he is fast! Maybe not Forrest or Boli fast but still quick enough. Will do his confidence a world of good last night!
Will be a great option to have, when Mickey returns. His European know how should see him get the nod in those European games, chuck MJ on if we are chasing a goal when legs are tiering.
: "He was brilliant last night. He really took the game to Cluj and showed his experience.
He can move the ball from our half to theirs very quickly, which negates the lack of pace.
Looks like a really smart player.
Maybe a swicheroo with ntcham
Aye his sense of space was highlighted too when he passed to Forrest and didn't have to burst into the box, just by taking up that position at the edge of the box gave Forrest an extra option.
Reminds me of Hleb, doesn’t look like he’s going quick but he actually is, just floats past players effortlessly.
There's no option to buy.
I'd still put in a cheeky bid anyway. He joined Southampton on a 5 year deal in June 2018 and didn't play much. Now he's been loaned out to us for a year. That's 2 years down, 3 to go. Doesn't seem to be majorly wanted there. As my Irish mum always says: 'All they can do is say no, but what if they say yes?'