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  • Lassad Nouioui joins the Champions

    Lassad Nouioui joins the Champions

    By: Paul Cuddihy on 02 Sep, 2012 13:34

  • CELTIC are delighted to announce that Tunisian internationalist, Lassad Nouioui has joined the club on a two-year deal, subject to international clearance.
     
    The 26-year-old is thrilled to be joining the Scottish champions, and he´s another great addition to Neil Lennon´s squad, following the recent arrival of defender, Efe Ambrose, striker, Miku Fedor and Slovakian goalkeeper, Lubos Kamenar.
     
    And speaking exclusively to the official Celtic website, Lassad, who spent the last three years with Spanish side, Deportivo La Coruna, said: "I´m absolutely delighted to sign for Celtic.
     
    "Celtic is a huge club with a magnificent history and a fantastic support. I know all about the wonderful atmosphere at Celtic Park and I can´t wait to play there.
     
    "I know that Celtic already has a great squad of players and I´m very much looking forward to joining up with my team-mates. And I hope to play my part in bringing success to the club.

    "And, of course, I´m also looking to competing in the UEFA Champions League with such a great football club."
     
    Everyone at Celtic welcomes Lassad to the club and wishes him every success in the Hoops.

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