‘Wonderful’: St Mirren boss Stephen Robinson blown away by what 24-year-old Celtic player did last night

Celtic’s win over St Mirren is one of those that could be a moment in the season that proves pivotal in the race for the Scottish Premiership.

However, Turnbull was selected, and St Mirren manager Stephen Robinson was taken aback by what he produced against his team.

“Clearly not happy with the outcome,” Robinson told BBC Sportsound. Ultimately, their goal was a very good one. Together with Dave Turnbull’s opening goal, those were two outstanding goals.

“They had an amazing goal of winning it. That was a great goal, but sometimes you just have to put up your hands and stop blaming others.

Turnbull had a distinct goal in mind.No one else shared his joy. In addition to raising eyebrows, the Celtic midfielder’s goal celebration in the upper left corner of St. Mirren’s net also caused people to laugh aloud.

Turnbull, though, was chosen, and Stephen Robinson, the manager of St Mirren, was shocked by what he produced against his team.

Robinson stated, “Clearly not happy with the outcome,” to BBC Sportsound. In the end, their objective was quite good. They were two fantastic goals, and Dave Turnbull’s first goal as well.

“Winning it was a fantastic goal of theirs. It was a very good goal, but sometimes you have to hold your hands up and stop looking for people to blame.

Turnbull had a unique objective in mind.His joy was not shared. The Celtic midfielder’s celebration of his goal in the upper left corner of St. Mirren’s net not only raised eyebrows but also made people laugh out loud.

The 24-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and will probably be hoping to convince Brendan Rodgers to offer him a new deal.

Turnbull’s chances of staying at Celtic past the summer will rise if he continues to score goals at the rate he did last night and improves his consistency.

It seems unlikely to me. I have been a huge fan of Turnbull’s for a very long time, both on TBR Celtic and 67 Hail Hail.

The main issue he faces is the caliber of players who are ranked higher than him. Since Reo Hatate is out with an injury, Turnbull has the chance to pull a Liam Scales.

Turnbull needs to give Celtic more than just goals; although last night was a good start.

In other news, Chris Sutton called the 20-year-old Celtic player’s “clever” passing against St. Mirren “Excellent.”

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