Fraser Forster made his first team debut for Celtic early yesterday afternoon, when he kept a clean sheet in Celtic’s good 1-0 win at Motherwell, which put them top of the Scottish Premier League.
Fraser Forster – clean sheet yesterday for Celtic
As it turns out Fraser had very little to do yesterday, as Celtic were worthy winners, and the club are now top of the league on goal difference from – well who do you think – Rangers.
And news from Chris Hughton today that he will send out Kazenga LuaLau on loan to Brighton though January, to give the 19 year-old more first team games.
The Kinshasa, DR Congo born player is the younger brother of former Newcastle striker Lomana LuaLua, and played at Brighton late last season, and was a big hit there, so it’s a good move for all three parties involved.
Lomana by the way, is now playing at Omonoia AC in the Cyprus capital city of Lefkosia – formerly Nicosia.
Chris still has to decide whether to send more of his youngsters out on loan for the coming season, with Ryan Donaldson, Nile Ranger and perhaps Xisco the most likely candidates.
As we did last season, we’ll keep reporting on how well our young guns are doing while on loan at other clubs.