The former Celtic and Rangers youngster is still looking for a new club after the move of Lim Bert Bansley.
The promising 21-year-old spent some time on trial at Oakwell and had a successful time there where he scored in bounce games against Sheffield Wednesday. He also impressed against Derby County.
However, the deal did not work out, and now the midfielder is looking for a new club after stepping out of his parkhead.
Bert also spent time training with Sunderland at Lead One and hoped to move on, but it is understandable that the Black Cats have chosen to sign a more experienced player ahead of him.
Bert spoke with recently Herald and Times Sport About his time as a player in both the Celts and the Light Blues. He still has fans at both behind-the-scenes clubs, although he admits it will always be difficult to pick out the likes of Ryan Christie and Culum Mg Krager.
“It was always going to be a challenge to break down,” he said. “I knew I was going back inside. I was confident in my ability that I showed the manager and he gave me a good compliment when I was there. Especially after my years injured and at the Rangers.
“I think the manager did the same to me and he complimented me a few times. Especially once I played with Leigh Griffiths and scored a hat trick. I never know what would have happened if the league had continued, but the virus Closed.I might have gotten a new chance.
“I wasn’t expecting Celtic to be the first team right now. I knocked it down but it will be tough and it proved. It’s perfectly understandable that I haven’t played with 10 in a row and so much more.”
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