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Arrogance' - Chris Sutton has Twitter spat with BBC journalist about senior Celtic player

By Aramide Oladipo

Outspoken pundit Chris Sutton has slammed BBC journalist Ian Dennis on social media concerning Celtic forward Scott Sinclair’s omission from the England national team.

This comes after the former Hoops striker criticised Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate for choosing to leave the 28-year-old out of the squad during the international break.

On Saturday afternoon, both Sutton and Dennis have being going back and forth on their respected Twitter accounts about the situation concerning Sinclair and the national team.

Sutton is clearly not too pleased with the amount of English players in the SPL being overlooked despite performing on a consistent level.

However, with regards to Sinclair, he still failed to earn an international cap with England when he was plying his trade in the Premier League with Swansea City, Manchester City and West Bromwich Albion.

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The Hoops forward has only been involved on the international scene when he represented the Great Britain team during the 2012 Olympic Games.

Sinclair completed a permanent deal to Celtic Park last season and he produced some outstanding performances, contributing with 25 goals and 11 assists as the Hoops secured a memorable double.

The Englishman has continued to shine for the SPL champions this season with ten goals and six assists to his name in all competitions.

In other Celtic news, Gordon Strachan is to issue a stern warning to this Hoops player.

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