One year and one day ago Chris Jullien signed for Celtic from Toulouse. The defender had teased over the move on social media before signing up for an adventure that few could have predicted.
Jullien sat on the bench as Celtic crashed out of te Champions League but after a dominating display at Ibrox he settled in quickly, making the most of social media to build up a rapport with the Celtic fans.
The weather might not be anything to get excited over but there are plenty of spin offs and side benefits to being a Celtic player as the artwork below demonstrates.
— Chris Jullien.. (@Chri6ViF) June 30, 2020
Jullien is certainly in battle mode in the painting but there has been plenty of emotions experienced over the last year during which he opted to stay in Scotland during Lockdown.
As well as solid defensive work alongside Kris Ajer the Frenchman has turned into something of a goal threat with big matches his speciality.
In the autumn his goal against Lazio sealed a trademark Celtic win in which the Suoerman celebration was introduced, at Hampden in December his goal delivered the first trophy of the season as the hoops lifted the League Cup for the fourth year running.