The Bhoy Rangers couldn’t afford is becoming a real Celtic star

Luis Palma proving his worth already – The Bhoy theRangers couldn’t afford is becoming a real Celtic star…

Luis Palma has settled into life pretty quickly at Celtic. The Honduran could maybe have been forgiven for not being up to speed yet due to the language barrier, climate changes and style of football etc, but he’s done just fine. Maybe better than anyone actually anticipated.

After 10 games Luis Palma has scored four goals and provided two assists. He looks a constant threat to defences and his skill at dead ball situations is very impressive.

His goal at Dingwall against Ross County at the weekend was sheer class. Already a goal of the season contender. His assist for James Forrest to score the third was also sublime and it was such a special moment for the veteran Celtic winger as it meant that he has now scored for Celtic in 15 consecutive seasons, a remarkable achievement.

It’s not just domestically he’s proving his worth but in the biggest stage of all in the Champions League. He was unlucky to see his effort ruled out for offside against Lazio, but scored a fabulous effort against Atletico Madrid. He’s a fine player indeed.

Luis is still improving, and when he fully settles in and hits top gear he will be one helluva player. A player we are lucky to have and one that will reach the top level. Luis looks like yet another shrewd bit of business by the club, maybe even the signing of the summer.

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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An ordinary everyday Celtic supporters hailing and still residing in Govan in the shadows of the enemy. I’m a season ticket holder. I Witnessed my first Celtic game in 1988 and have attended when I can ever since. Growing up in the 90s I witnessed Celtic at their lowest, and now appreciate the historic success we enjoy today. I enjoy writing about this wonderful football club and hopefully will continue to do so. I’ve always been a keen writer and initially started this a hobby. My ambition is to one day become as good an author as my fellow Celtic Star colleagues.

1 Comment

  1. Looks like he could play No 10 or No 8 if required.
    Speed of thought rather than physical speed is his u s p.
    Hail Hail.