Commons scored in the 3-1 loss to Molde in Norway, but reacted in a poor manner when substituted for Turkish striker Nadir Ciftci in the late stages of the game.
He was pictured shouting at the Bhoys’ coaching staff as he left the field of play, and it has led to criticism from head coach Ronny Deila, as well as many watching pundits who were displeased that a player would actively go against his manager.
However, former Celtic player Darren O’Dea reacted to the Commons affair on his personal Twitter account, claiming that it is nothing to worry about, and a fairly common occurrence.
Big drama about Commons. It happens. He's important for the team. It will be dealt with in house and everyone moves on. End of drama!— Darren O'Dea (@odea_darren) October 23, 2015
O’Dea believes that the situation will be dealt with in house, and should be cleared up with little furore in the coming days, ensuring that the slate is wiped clean ahead of the return of the Scottish Premiership this weekend.
The Bhoys will be looking to get back to winning ways this weekend, when they face Dundee United at Parkhead on Sunday, and fans will be hoping that Deila and Commons can clear up any issues considering the importance the attacking midfielder has to the side.