"Too much Guinness"; Trevor Sinclair reacts to Sunday celebration clip with Celtic supporters
Former England international Trevor Sinclair has reacted to a clip of him celebrating with Celtic fans on Sunday after the draw with Rangers.
There was plenty of spotlight placed on ex-Chelsea captain John Terry, who visited Parkhead and made it clear where his allegiances lay with his Celtic scarf. An image then emerged on social media of the former England star celebrating with Hoops supporters after the game.
But it looks as though Sinclair might have gone one better after attending the game on Sunday. After tweeting about his experience yesterday, a supporter then replied with a short clip of the celebrations to which the former West Ham man reacted:
Sinclair has never held back in his love of Celtic on social media in particular. When it comes to big results or games against Rangers, he always makes sure to offer some support to the Hoops.
Earlier this year, he stated that he wished he’d done more to force a move to Celtic during his playing days [The Times]. Despite playing in the EPL with the likes of QPR, Man City, and West Ham, a move to Parkhead never came about.
The result on Sunday moves Celtic one big step closer to the title. The Hoops are effectively only one win away from bringing the league championship back to the East End.
Trevor Sinclair takes in the moment with the Celtic supporters
Celtic certainly had some high-profile support at the game on Sunday. Sinclair’s affiliation with the club has always been a genuine one with the former England man really building up a rapport with the supporters.
The atmosphere at Celtic Park was absolutely electric on Sunday too. It will certainly have been a different experience for those who hadn’t ever been to one of these fixtures in the past.
It looks as though Sinclair certainly enjoyed the post-match celebrations at the weekend too. That was certainly something the Hoops support were entitled to. If we beat Hearts on Saturday afternoon then it’s all over.
Overcoming Rangers, however, was the main challenge we had before the end of the season. No, we didn’t win the game, and we understand that. It’s a source of frustration that we didn’t. But even so, we avoided defeat, and that was enough to pass the test.
Celtic earned the right to be in the position they were in on Sunday. We managed it through the hard work put in earlier in the season. And now, it looks set up for a big title party with the home matches against Hearts and Motherwell sold out.
No doubt there’ll be plenty of familiar faces at those games too as we get ready to finish the job.