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Adam Idah expressed his gratitude for the support he received from friends and family from his hometown of Cork during Celtic’s tense match in Edinburgh. The traveling contingent from Cork helped raise the atmosphere, adding to the excitement as Idah scored his first goals for the club.

Reflecting on the whirlwind week, Idah described it as crazy but fantastic, noting that he has settled in well at Celtic. He praised the welcoming atmosphere from everyone at the club, including teammates, staff, and the city’s residents. Idah expressed his joy at being in Glasgow and appreciated the tremendous support he received from fans both in person and on social media.

Idah credited the opportunity given to him by the manager, acknowledging the chance to develop as a player. He expressed his satisfaction at repaying that faith with his performance on the pitch.

Scoring in front of the fans, especially in the 90th minute, was an incredible feeling for Idah. He emphasized his longstanding desire to play and score for Celtic in front of the supporters, highlighting the importance of that moment for him personally and for the team.

Although he was too focused on the goal to notice his friends in the crowd, Idah was thrilled to see their reaction after his last-minute goal. He described it as a fantastic moment for both himself and his teammates.

STRIKE ONE…Adam Idah races away in triumph after scoring his first penalty-kick with Daizen Maeda about to congratulate his new team-mate.

Adam Idah took pride in joining his teammates in the traditional post-match celebration dance, despite admitting that his moves could use some improvement. He humorously remarked that he needs more practice with the dance moves, indicating his willingness to learn.

The towering striker, who had previously scored seven goals for his Championship club and country in the first half of the season, expressed satisfaction with his impressive start at Celtic. Despite a tough game, Idah highlighted his pride in the team’s performance and the significance of securing three points.

Reflecting on his penalty goals, Idah acknowledged having missed a few chances earlier in the game but remained confident in his ability to convert penalties, citing his experience in taking them throughout his career. He mentioned having missed only one penalty in his career, underscoring his confidence from the spot.

SHOVE OFF…powerhouse frontman Adam Idah tangles his Hibs defender Lewis Miller as Daizen Maeda looks on.

Adam Idah expressed his confidence in his ability to score penalties, stating that he was always confident he would find the back of the net with his spot-kicks. Despite the long wait before taking the first penalty, he remained composed and focused, relying on his experience and self-belief.

For the second penalty, Idah mentioned that he decided to go the opposite way, demonstrating his tactical approach to penalty-taking. He emphasized the importance of having a confident mindset when taking penalties, highlighting the mental aspect of the skill.

Idah stressed the significance of the win and the three points obtained from the match, describing it as a big game. He expressed hope for the team to build on this victory and continue to secure more wins in the future, indicating a positive outlook for Celtic’s upcoming matches.

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