Ex-Celt donates kit to charity shop after being sacked

FORMER CELTIC DEFENDER Mark Wilson has been caught out by his superscoreboard colleague Gordon Duncan after Wilson’s Brechin City kit was spotted in a charity shop. Wilson and Simon Donnelly were sacked at the end of last month and seemingly the former Celtic right back wasn’t keen on keeping the kit around the house and promptly dropped it off at a local charity shop.

Wilson did quip on Twitter that his initials had actually added value to the kit.

The former Celtic pair were the first managerial casualties of the new season. Donnelly was an integral part of the side that stopped the ten in 1998 and during his time at Celtic made 181 appearances, scoring 42 goals. The former Dundee United Assistant will hopefully be back helping out with media duties for Celtic TV.

Wilson meanwhile spent six years with Celtic, winning the first of the nine consecutive trophies that have followed. The 45-year-old Donnelly was also recently the Assistant Manager to Jackie McNamara at English League Two side York City but has been out of coaching work since October 2016.

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