Some Celtic fans on Twitter aren't all that impressed by Eboue Kouassi's performance yesterday.
The Hoops lost 1-0 at Hearts in their second Scottish Premiership game of the season.
Kouassi started but the young Ivorian was replaced by Tom Rogic on 70 minutes, after struggling to assert himself in midfield.
This was only the 20-year-old's seventh start in the Premiership since joining Celtic from Krasnodar for £3 million [The Scottish Sun] back in January 2017.
He played ahead of Olivier Ntcham, who manager Brendan Rodgers elected to rest after picking up a knock in the win over Livingston last week.
But quite a few fans of the Parkhead club weren't blown away by Kouassi as a stand-in, it must be said.
Here's how they reacted on Twitter:
Kouassi not good enough IMO gives the ball away too much, Get rid— BarryBhoy ⭐ (@Barrybhoy671) August 11, 2018
How does kouassi get a game for Celtic? He's crap!— Mark Leslie (@markmeatsix91) August 11, 2018
Sack the board get rid of Kouassi, Hayes, Jozo, Hendry, Lustig and Griffiths— Ciaran (@CiaranH_7) August 11, 2018
Totally with you @chris_sutton73 kouassi was a passenger today, Celtic 100% need another CM with energy brown can’t do it all when ntcham isn’t playing. Hearts wanted it more today— Neil McKeown (@neilmckeown4600) August 11, 2018
Some Celtic fans actually claimed Kouassi is better than McGinn as well...— Hibs News (@HibsNews1875) August 11, 2018
Kouassi replaced by Rogic as Celtic go up to 11 men— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) August 11, 2018
Kouassi giving me fear. He is all over the place.— Shauny (@ShaunyCeltic) August 11, 2018
Celtic need to get rid of Allan,Christie,Hayes,gamboa and send Kouassi out on loan the squad is full of players who can't get a game— paul paterson (@paterson1306) August 11, 2018
Kouassi has previously being linked with a move away from Celtic this summer, but you have to assume that Rodgers's failure to sign John McGinn means that he won't be going anywhere.
However, there is plenty of time for the Bhoys to get in another midfield option if the Northern Irish manager felt one was needed, so selling Kouassi before the deadline is hardly out of the question.