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Celtic fans were highly critical of Greg Taylor’s display vs Hamilton

Celtic eventually stormed home to a resounding 4-1 victory over Hamilton on Sunday afternoon following a late flurry of goals from Christopher Jullien, Odsonne Edouard and James Forrest.

Patience was the order of the day for the title-chasing visitors and they got their just reward in the final 15 minutes after knocking on the door for the entirety of the second half.

Hamilton, who were playing with 10 men from the 34th minute, were camped on the edge of their penalty box for long spells in the second half as they invited pressure onto them.

Neil Lennon’s relatively fresh 3-5-2 system, combined with Hamilton’s deep defensive line, forced Greg Taylor into advanced positions on the left hand side.

Over the course of the game his inability to drive beyond his opponent was illustrated on a handful of occasions, prompting plenty of supporters to suggest he’s not good enough to hold down the left-back berth in the long term.

Given the Hoops are still acclimatising to the post-Tierney era, it’s no surprise that Taylor’s performances, and his attacking prowess in particular, are being scrutinised by supporters.

These members of the Hoops faithful analysed the specific aspects of his game that appear to be letting him down.

Is Taylor good enough for Celtic?

Yes

Yes

No

No

His inability to pick out his teammates frustrated one supporter, while others berated his struggle to go past his opposite number.

The weekend fixture represented just his 7th league start since arriving at Paradise from Kilmarnock last summer, so perhaps he just needs more time to acclimatise before fans see the best of his attacking attributes.

Article title: Celtic fans were highly critical of Greg Taylor’s display vs Hamilton

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