Celtic defender reveals hilarious Victor Wanyama encounter at appartment

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STARS ABROAD Celtic defender reveals hilarious Victor Wanyama encounter at appartment

Festus Chuma 17:03 - 29.01.2024

Victor Wanyama hilariously grapples with domestic life's quirks at his former CF Montreal teammate's apartment.

Former Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama recently found himself entangled in a humorous off-field situation involving his former teammate and current Celtic right-back Alistair Johnston.

In a delightful twist of fate, Wanyama, an ex-Celtic hero himself, is now residing in Johnston's previous apartment leading to a comical scenario highlighted by Johnston during a recent episode of the Official Celtic FC Podcast.

The anecdote came to light just a few days before Celtic secured a hard-fought victory against Ross County in the Scottish Premiership, with Johnston himself netting the sole, decisive goal in the opening moments of the match.

This strike marked a fruitful day for the Canadian right-back who has been making waves since his arrival at the historic club.

Alistair Johnston's transition to Celtic, a move encouraged by Wanyama himself, has been nothing short of a success story.

The 25-year-old defender, reflecting on his journey and the peculiar situation with his apartment, could not help but share a light-hearted moment about his former teammate.

"He’s in my apartment that I used to be in," Johnston chuckled. "He’s struggling to figure out how to switch over to my Wi-Fi – it’s a long story, the poor guy."

The connection between Johnston and Wanyama goes beyond shared living spaces and internet providers.

Having played together at CF Montreal in the Major League Soccer (MLS), the duo developed a rapport that has evidently endured the test of time and geography.

Wanyama's guidance was instrumental in Johnston's decision to join Celtic a choice that has proven fruitful not just for the player but for the team as well.

Since donning the Celtic jersey on January 1, 2023, Johnston has not only brought a fresh dynamism to the squad but also proven to be a valuable asset on the field.

With an impressive tally of three trophies in just his first six months and an eye on further silverware in 2024, the full-back's contributions are undeniable. 

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