Former Celtic player Alan Thompson has decided to join social media and he posted on Twitter last night. He received a lot of praise from many of the the Hoops fanbase who have also been quick to welcome him.
The left midfielder made 207 appearances for the Bhoys across seven years, and scored 51 goals for the club, per Soccerbase. He also won his fair share of silverware during his career in Scotland which included four league titles, one Scottish League Cup and also won the Scottish Cup three times, per Transfermarkt.
Clearly he is appreciated for his service to the club as the fans flocked to praise him and also give him some tips on how to use the app, one said, ‘Welcome tommo loved you at Celtic great player gave us your all thank you’.
It is the perfect time for the midfielder to join as well, as he can now join in on the celebrations that are happening online. With the campaign abandoned and Celtic awarded the title, via STV News, Thompson can now be a part of the party.
Here is what fans said following the post:
My Debut tonight on Twitter not grasped it yet any advice guys ? 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🍀
— Alan Thompson (@Alantommo8) May 18, 2020
Aye Alan tell stories about your time with the club and follow me that’s all I need. Also ignore the other side of Glasgow they are bitter and full of hate 🍀
— JordanMcG1992 (@Jordanbhoy1992) May 18, 2020
Let’s see some of your goals and stories of your time at Celtic 🍀💚
— celticghirl1888 (@celticghirl0106) May 18, 2020
Welcome tommo loved you at Celtic great player gave us your all thank you 🍀🍀🍀🍀
— gary mc (@garzo123gm) May 18, 2020
Welcome to the party Alan
— MJH10 (@mhampson10) May 18, 2020
My first ever Celtic game @Alantommo8 was playing , good to see you on Twitter
— umar (@umar43947367) May 18, 2020
just tweet everything good about @CelticFC you will be fine 🍀💚
— David Drummond (@davidd121180) May 18, 2020
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