Soro’s Saga Continues
Ismaila Soro,,now there’s a name I hadn’t heard in a long, long time. Obviously because he didn’t play, ever.
Ange didn’t even seem him suitable for a chance, which says it all.
And so he leaves on loan with an option to buy, for FC Arouka of Portugal.
Me neither, and that also speaks volumes.
Let’s not beat about the bush, he was a Lawell signing, thrust upon a Lenny that couldn’t/wouldn’t refuse an extra body unlike Brendan who expressed his frustration at kissing frogs.
Turns out old Ismaila was simply the latest of a long line, and some two years later he’s out the door.
For a wee while that is.
The chances of ‘thanks but no thanks’ are high,,,he hasn’t played regular in years, didn’t look quality when he actually took to the field, and must be earning more in Glasgow.
I recall a deep lying player who played the simple pass more often than not, for better or worse. He didn’t catch my eye, or his managers, thus the door.
The bhoy is only 24, signed as potential not the finished article, and maybe that was his biggest problem. Most managers live for today, full stop. Lenny certainly did, so our friend was up against it from the start. Some have overcame that adversity yes, but the Ivorian just couldn’t break through. When that happens under multiple managers, one must contemplate ones future. Staring at his prime years,, it’s best for him to be playing full stop.
That his only option was a very lowly nobody, reflects more on Peter than the man himself.
After all, who wouldn’t sign for the famous Glasgow Celtic, a club with a mythical fanbase and history.
Thank f@#k Michael changed tact, but he’s still stuck with some shrapnel.
The club will be forking out a large percentage of Ismailas wage no doubt, but it’s best to get him in some type shop window, any window really.
Remind people we have an actual footballer available for next to nothing.
Will the Soro Saga take a turn for the better? Ideally he finds the form of his life and forces our Greek Australian to reconsider, but then pigs might fly.
The Soro Saga has been sorrowful from the start, and while he continues to cost us income, it remains a sorry tale.
Most tales don’t have a happy ending, hence when they do, it’s broadcast everywhere.
We kissed another frog, he didn’t turn into a prince, life and Soro moves on.
No hard feelings and all the best pal.
The show must go on, with or without you.
That’s life at a giant club, as you’ve found out.