Well, #Bolingolinamechange is brilliant, beautiful and better than Bolingolilicious and both the Celtic Shop and Celtic TV have got in on the act together with thousands of Celtic Supporters on social media.
Celtic’s Belgian left back may have got off to a difficult start at Celtic but he’s been absolutely showered with love and affection from the Celtic support and the positive approach to supporting a new player paid huge dividends at Ibrox on Sunday when Bolingoli was brilliant.
And when it was noticed that he had a very large and extended family the Celtic support decided to show him that he’d seen nothing yet, now that he was a popular member of the Celtic family and so the hashtag #Bolingolinamechange was born, described this evening as the “best twitter moment for ages,” and so it is.
This is how it feels to be Celtic right enough. From now on we are ALL Bolingoli. You changed your twitter handle yet?
— John Bolingoli-Donnelly (@JohnDon83) September 5, 2019
— Pauli bolingoli 7-1 csc🍀 (@Paul_gall1967) September 5, 2019
Best twitter moment for ages 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/GX4kPBRXAS
— 🏴💙Debbie Bolingoli 💚🇮🇪 (@henrikswuman) September 5, 2019
It's fair to say Boli Bolingoli has been impressed with his new Captain 💪😂🍀
— Celtic-Bolingoli TV (@CelticTV) September 4, 2019
“Damn, that’s a real captain.”
— CelticBible (@CelticBible) September 4, 2019
Broony reading a throw in perfectly and then pretending to be Messi, taking out 3 players, before losing out in the end. pic.twitter.com/t3PE5dEnub
— CelticLisbolingoli (@CelticLisboaa) September 5, 2019
Great to see so many joining the #Bolingolinamechange
— Spalding-Bolingoli🍀🍀 (@Spalding_hoops) September 5, 2019
Bolingolilicious 😋 pic.twitter.com/Pzh8oDYVn0
— The Bolingoli Shammy Magazine☘️ (@TheShamrock1888) September 5, 2019
— Paulingoli the Tim (@paulthetim) September 5, 2019