Olivier Ntcham’s latest post on Twitter has caused a bit of a stir.
The Frenchman posted a photo of himself scoring against Hearts in midweek with a caption about looking forward to the Glasgow Derby later this month, and used #oldfirm in the Tweet.
However a number of fans have pointed out to the Frenchman that the fixture is no longer the Old Firm Derby, and the fact that Celtic still have two more league fixtures prior to the clash with Rangers.
Twitter: @OlivierNtcham Just focus on the 2 games before that one lad (@LK95_)
Twitter: @OlivierNtcham Lets just focus on getting the 6 point available before Glasgow Derby. https://t.co/196oP0x1QL (@1888JT)
Twitter: @OlivierNtcham No such thing olivier its the #glasowderby now that term died when the zombie club died in 2011🤣🤣🤣😂😂 #sevco (@Celt_Bhoy1888)
Twitter: @OlivierNtcham Win the two games before it first mate (@carfenian)
What’s an old firm?? Get that tweet deleted please olli
— lubomir guzman (@GuzmanLubomir) December 19, 2019
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While Ntcham probably should have used the term Glasgow Derby instead of referring to the fixture as the Old Firm, at least he is looking forward to the clash at Parkhead.
Yes Celtic do have two league games to contend with before then, but Ntcham will no doubt be looking forward to winning both and adding six more points to the league total prior to the meeting with Rangers.