Former Celtic star Kris Commons has urged the membership to SACK ‘egocentric’ defender Boli Bolingoli after he broke Scotland’s strict lockdown guidelines.
Bolingoli flouted anti-COVID rules by travelling to Spain in a brief ‘secret’ journey forward of the brand new Scottish Premiership season.
He then failed to stick to the 14-day quarantine guidelines when he returned from the high-risk nation, and performed within the defending champions’ opening recreation in opposition to Kilmarnock with out telling anybody from the membership about his journey.
The Scottish Authorities stepped in when the reality was revealed, with Celtic’s video games in opposition to St Mirren and Aberdeen each postponed this week because of the defender’s actions.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon was livid and slammed the 25-year-old, whereas talkSPORT pundit Simon Jordan branded him ‘silly’.
And now former Celtic ace Commons has torn into Bolingoli for placing his teammates and their households in danger, and insists there’s just one plan of action to take – ‘sack the boy’.
Talking on Wednesday’s White and Sawyer, the five-time league winner stated: “My preliminary thought was stupidity, the second thought was anger and rage… and now I’m on the level of feeling one thing extreme must be carried out.
“Whether or not that is available in a really strict superb, I don’t know, however personally if I used to be Neil Lennon I’d be asking the Celtic board, committee and chairman to exit of their manner and sack Boli Bolingoli, 100 per cent.
“What he’s carried out is egocentric; he’s has whole disregard for himself, his household, his teammates and their households… and in addition to maintain it secret and play in opposition to Kilmarnock figuring out he hasn’t quarantined, the staff had been on a resort previous to the sport…
“I don’t know if there’s something worst he may have carried out. It’s a very sensitive topic in the meanwhile, so yeah, I’d hand him essentially the most extreme punishment and sack the boy.
“Neil Lennon gave strict directions to not go away Glasgow, definitely not the UK, and for him go away for simply someday to Spain and never quarantine, it’s a whole lack of respect for the administration, the physios, the medical division and in the end his teammates – he’s let everybody down.
“He hardly hit the bottom working earlier than this anyway, since coming by means of the door, so I’d be strongly making an attempt to get him out the door, sack him and make an instance of him.
“It’s an absolute shame what he has carried out.”