Ross County v Celtic – Yang and Holm well worth a start

Yang and Holm well worth a start tomorrow at Dingwall…

Yang Hyun – Jun has looked fairly decent since signing for the club back in the summer. He’s shown glimpses of his talent in flashes, and impressed on Wednesday night after coming on as a substitute against St Mirren.

Celtic FC v Athletic Club – Pre-Season Friendly Hyun-Jun Yang of Celtic FC in action during the pre-season friendly match between Celtic FC and Athletic Club at Celtic Park on August 1, 2023, Photo Ricardo Larreina

He’s looks a better option than James Forrest, and should feel himself unfortunate if he hasn’t done enough to warrant a starting place against Ross county in Dingwall tomorrow lunchtime.

He looked fresh and full of ideas, the only thought in his head was to take players on. He is a very direct player and was one of the few bright sparks in an otherwise dull night, performance wise.

Yang thoroughly deserves a chance to shine in the highlands. He is a player who always wants the ball and likes to makes things happen. We need players of his ilk against a side who will try to frustrate us from the word go.

ROTTERDAM, 19Ã09-2023, Stadium Feijenoord / De Kuip , Champions League , season 2023 / 2024, Feyenoord – Celtic , Celtic player Odin Thiago Holm

Odin Thiago Holm is another who deserves a start. With Reo Hatate missing we miss that guile in the middle of the park and the young Norwegian can provide us with that.

He too like Yang has impressed in his short spell at the club despite a lack of minutes, and just like the South Korea he had a major impact against St Mirren on Wednesday. His wonderful assist provided OH with the superb goal that won us a valuable three points.

Both Yang and Holm should be starting tomorrow in my opinion. We need a bit of freshness, and the two of them can provide just that.

Just an Ordinary Bhoy

Matt Corr’s new book Majic, Stan and the King of Japan is out now and Neil Lennon, the Celtic captain that season, has written the foreword for us.

You can get a signed copy of the hardback version direct from Celtic Star Books by clicking on the image below. It’s also available an an e-book via Amazon Kindle and please note that all colour photographs that appear in the beautifully presented printed hardback book are also available in the Kindle version of Majic, Stan and the King of Japan…

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