Ahead of Celtic clash with Hamilton Academical on saturday, Timothy  Weah has spoken about the role his teammates have played since he joined Celtic.

Timothy Weah, a Liberian-American started his career on high note by joining the Scottish reigning Champions Celtic.

Since jonining Celtic, Timothy have continued to impress, which he credited his teammates for playing a big role.

Weah scored the final goal for Celtic in the clash with St Mirren in midweek.

Speaking to the media Weah said: When you come to a club like Celtic there’s a lot of expectations, so I felt I had to get going right away.

Weah thanked his teammates for their support since he joined Celtic under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers.

Celtic were good on the night scoring four unreplied goals past their visitors in front of their home fans.

Weah scored in the encounter with St Mirren which he celebrated with the fans.

While he was speaking to the media, Weah attributed Brendan Rodgers as a father figure at the club and praised the role of Rodgers in the development of players at Celtic.

Timothy Weah is not an exception from the list when it comes to promising attackers in the Scottish Premiership.

Weah if given the opportunity can stand in the absence of the key players.

Weah on St Mirren clash

Weah scored for Celtic in the 86th minute to grab an outright win for the reigning champions which he celebrated in a grand style.

Sitevanguard on Timothy Weah performance at St Mirren

Timothy Weah played well in the game. He was introduced in 64th minute as a substitute for Oliver Burke.

Upon his introduction, Weah became an oustanding player upfront creating trouble for the visitors.

Weah’s performance was finally awarded when he scored in the 86th through Ewan Henderson assist.

Weah is a good player, if given the opportunity, he can excel at the club.

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