Recent Celtic signing Timothy Weah has had a great start to his Hoops career.

The on-loan PSG striker has scored in both of his substitute appearances for the Bhoys.

With Celtic set to face out-of-form Hamilton next, the time is right for Weah to make his first start.

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Even though Oliver Burke excelled in the 3-0 win over St Mirren with two goals, he’s not a striker.

Weah is a striker, and he must be desperate for a start after his performances so far.

There is a battle on to be Celtic’s top striker at the moment.

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With Leigh Griffiths and Odsonne Edouard both absent, Weah has the chance to stake his claim.

 

Brendan Rodgers will have liked what he has seen from the American international so far.

His ability to stay onside and natural pace could make him an ideal candidate to start against Valencia in the Europa League next month.

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It is as yet unknown if Weah will extend his stay in Glasgow after the end of the season.

PSG must be delighted with his progress so far though, and they will be eager to see him start games for the Hoops soon enough.

That could well happen against Hamilton.

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