The defender was not keen on Colin Kazim-Richards when they met on holiday.
Celtic have completed the signature of a new forward today, with former Brighton and Sheffield United attacker Colin Kazim-Richards heading to Parkhead.
The Turkish international has joined the club on a two-and-a-half-year deal from Feyenoord as he returns to the UK after stints with Galatasaray, Olympiakos, Fenerbahce and Bursaspor.
One former Celtic defender has now been tweeting on the deal and did not seem to be over enamoured with the deal.
The Republic of Ireland international remains a big fan of the club and recalled his one meeting with Kazim - which came on holiday.
My only experience of Kazim-Richards is him and mates playing music too loudly by the pool on holiday. Music poor. Take of it what you will.— Darren O'Dea (@odea_darren) February 1, 2016
Celtic fans are indeed sceptical of the player themselves. He has not been a regular goalscorer on his travels and they will be wondering whether he will be the man to find the goals for the club when Leigh Griffiths fires a blank or two.
Regarding his music taste, Bhoys fans won't care as long as he is putting the ball in the back of the net.