Celtic expert ‘surprised’ by Cameron Carter-Vickers latest
Frank McAveney claims Celtics head coach Angie Postkoglu will be delighted that Cameron Carter-Vickers has been left out of the US national team’s upcoming game.
However, specifically for football insiderthe former Celtic and Scotland striker said the news “doesn’t feel right for the rest of Scottish football”.
March 15, interim head coach Alan Hudson comfirmed The 25-year-old is a glaring omission for his team’s upcoming CONCACAF Nations League fixtures.
The centre-back has started every game he has played for Postkoglu and has been a key member of Celtic’s backline this season, making 35 appearances so far.
The defender also featured for his country at the World Cup in Qatar, earning a call-up from former boss Greg Behalter.
Carter-Vickers made just one World Cup appearance, but helped his side to a 1-0 win over Iran and kept a clean sheet.
McAvennie couldn’t believe Carter-Vickers was ruled out.
“I was surprised because Carter-Vickers was different,” He said football insider.
“He’s one of the best on the team. People keep forgetting that Scotland has a lot of good players and a lot of talent. He stuck his head over the railing.
“Ange will be happy because there are a few games coming up. But that doesn’t sit well with the rest of Scottish football.“
Carter-Vickers joined the basketball team on loan from Tottenham Hotspur in August 2021 and has enjoyed an impressive season with the league champions.
Last summer, he decided to make a permanent move and signed a four-year contract with the Parkhead club.
In other news, former Celtic midfielder Josh Adam could leave Manchester City for the French club, according to sources.