Ryan Christie’s Celtic Outing Revisited As Frank McAvennie Does Surprise Dig and Believes New Bournemouth Man Was “Lazy”

Former Celtic hero Frank McAvennie believes Ryan Christie’s Celtic exit is good for the club.

And in a surprise search of the new man from Bournemouth, he called Scotland international Christie “lazy”.

Christie sealed her exit from Parkhead by tying a move to the South Coast on deadline day with just a few months to fulfill her contract.

English Premier League side Burnley and a number of French clubs were also credited with an earlier interest in the window, but he instead sealed the move to Scott Parkher’s championship promotion hopes.

And McAvennie, talking to Football initiate, believes there’s a reason England’s second tier was their landing spot after leaving the Ange Postecoglou Hoops.

He said: “I think he better go. He played but he was one of those who needed to move.

“I think he’s facing a challenge in the league, really. I think he’s going to have a hard time, I’ve always said he won’t go to the Premier League.

“He was related to Burnley and let me tell you if he was wanted by Burnley he would be at Burnley. He wouldn’t have taken a championship shot. Anyway, I honestly wish him the best but I am. glad he’s gone.

“We need fully engaged players and he only came when he wanted. He could be lazy.

“There were times we needed him and he wasn’t there or didn’t show up.”

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