Kenya Midfielder Victor Mugabe who plays for Scotland side Celtics has rubbed Celtic boss Neil Lennon the wrong way for talking about club business while on international duty.
Mugabe who has been linked with several English Premier League clubs that include Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham and QPR has not hidden his desire to move to England should a bid be made for his services.
The midfielder revealed whilst on international duty that he would be open to a move to the Premier League, a statement that angered Celtics boss Neil Lennon.
Lennon said that he is annoyed with Victor and his agent for breaking the rules which states that at any given time the
players should not be talking about club business when they are away with their international teams.
Mugabe who is the first ever Kenyan player to play in the SPL joined Celtics On 9th July 2011 and signed a four year contract with the club.
He has become a fans favorite at Celtic due to his style of play.
Meanwhile Arnold Origi’s club Ullensaker’s weekend match against HamKam was postponed after the club was accused of match fixing.
The match was cancelled last minute when a Ham Kam striker Tore Andreas raised the allegation on his twitter account that one of Ullensaker’s players was involved in match fixing.
The Norwegian Football Federation received an anonymous tip on phone and made the decision to call off the match to pave way for investigations.
Origi is the first choice keeper at Ullensaker who are placed 2nd in the league standings, a prime spot that could earn them promotion to the top league-Eliteserien.
IK Start tops the league with 24 points, one more than Origi’s club who now have a match at hand