Celtic legend Willie Wallace would have kicked Brendan Rodgers’s **** for his treatment of Daniel Arzani

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LISBON Lion Willie Wallace last night launched a withering attacking on Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers for his treatment of Daniel Arzani.

And the hero of 1967’s all-conquering team even suggested the Australian winger, who he compared favourably to Jimmy Johnstone, might be better returning to parent club Manchester City if he isn’t going to get a game at Parkhead.

At the time of Arzani arriving in Glasgow, Rodgers insisted the player wasn’t ready for first-team football despite him doing well in the World Cup for his country and that it may take some time before the supporters saw him.

Wallace, who has lived in Australian for almost 40 years has been a huge admirer of Arzani from his days at Melbourne City and was delighted when his old club signed him.

And this is why he can’t understand why Arzani has yet to figure for Celtic with no hint of a debut in the near future.

Wallace said: Arzani is a good little player and the manager disappointed me on that one. If I was the board at Celtic Park, I’d have kicked the manager’s arse out the door.

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