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Celtic: Fans horrified by Jeremie Frimpong ‘Oh my days’ T-shirt unveiling

Celtic: Fans horrified by Jeremie Frimpong ‘Oh my days’ T-shirt unveiling - Celtic

Celtic announced on their Twitter channel @CelticFC on Monday that their official club shops and online store will now sell T-shirts with the phrase “Oh my days”, a reference to a post-match interview exclamation from Jeremie Frimpong, who was pictured at the launch of the product. However, it has not gone down well with some Hoops fans on social media.

The T-shirt references Frimpong’s instinctive reaction in an interview with BT Sport (@btsportfootball) following his team’s victory over Rangers in the Betfred Cup final in December. The young defender was sent off in that game at Hampden Park for a 63rd-minute incident in which he brought down Alfredo Morelos in the penalty area and was deemed to have denied a clear goal-scoring opportunity. However, Fraser Forster saved the resulting spot kick and a relieved Frimpong uttered the words “Oh my days” after the match.

While that interview was well received by a lot of Celtic fans, these Hoops supporters on Twitter weren’t so impressed by the T-shirt that it subsequently spawned. One fan said that the club had “ruined Gdansk”, the city that Celtic will hope to visit on May 27th for the Europa League final:

What do you make of Celtic’s ‘Oh my days’ T-shirt in tribute to Frimpong’s famous interview? Have your say by commenting below!


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