Celtic defender Christopher Jullien has apologised to fans for his last performance.
Jullien was part of the Hoops team that played in a shock loss away at Livingston.
Following the international break, the Frenchman is looking to learn from his mistakes. A tricky Ross County side await at the weekend and Jullien will be looking to right his wrongs.
Christopher Jullien apologises to Celtic fans for last display
Some players need to get used to playing for a club of Celtic’s calibre and the pressure that comes with it.
Jullien is perhaps just familiarising himself with needing to win every game in Scotland. The Livingston match was the first time since he joined that he looked uncertain and nervous.
Jullien is addressing those issues and took to Twitter to do so.
Back 2 @spfl . Have to make right some things. Sorry Celtic fans for being too nervous last time, won't happen again. And to be fair I have to thank Livingstone's forwards for that wake up call…. Either I win or I learn 👊🏽🍀💚 #hoopsupsideyourhead #stayfocused #neverstaydown pic.twitter.com/WRwY2RYDBz
— Chris Jullien.. (@Chri6ViF) October 16, 2019
He said: “Back 2 SPFL. Have to make right some things.
“Sorry Celtic fans for being too nervous last time, won’t happen again.
“And to be fair I have to thank Livingstone’s forwards for that wake up call…. Either I win or I learn.”
The Tweet is popular with fans as its likes are in the thousands.
Hoops fans are loving that Jullien is identifying his mistakes and is working on them.
There is a stark difference with new Bhoy
A lot of players before Jullien wouldn’t acknowledge when they made a mistake. Others would completely blank fans or even stay away from the team when things aren’t going good for them.
The Celtic fans are appreciating Jullien’s honesty when it comes to his downturn.
His confidence and ability will only improve in the long run.
Jullien knows this is his big opportunity at a massive club who are expected to win everything. The title race is heating up and the Hoops are best served with the players they have.
However, when it gets down to the proper nitty-gritty in May, it’ll be interesting to see who hides and who stands up.