Posted on Tuesday, 19th October 2010 by Sean
“Behemoths collide, gods will engage in conflict, titans will clash, horns will cross, giants will meet head on, forces will smash together as the titanic titillating two-some will take on each other again for the match of Scotland’s century….THE OLD FIRM….this could be the best match ever seen and this is guaranteed apocalypse on a pitch…..DUM, DUM, DERRRRRRR…..sign your soul up now to an exclusive package…”
….and so forth and so forth, as the promo adverts on THE uk official sports channels 1-4 and channels across the globe will probably say.
Dundee done and dusted, win in the bag, celebrations did commence but now all the attention is strictly on our next fixture. It is obviously the biggest league fixture so far and with the tough fixture of Dundee away all out of the way things can only get possibly even better. A majority of our lads seem on great form and even the stand in players as such have given Lenny a possible selection headache for the old firm game.
Meanwhile Motherwell again fell over themselves in the second half to get beat by the blue half, well they convincingly fell over like Lee Evans trying to make a slip on a turd joke get a few more laughs. I wondered how the gers would prepare for the upcoming match.
I found an exclusive gers image of a get together, from a morale boosting night out they all went on in the after-math of the ‘sensational’ *cough*’well were arse*cough* win against Motherwell: -
From left to right – Lee Mc Culloch, Kirk Broadfoot, Steven Naismith (centre), Allan McGregor, Sasa Papac
Front centre – Maurice Edu
This morale boosting event ended in a mass party over at Davie Weirs house (Residential care home) the horlicks did flow and so did the contents of Weirs incontinence trousers. Davie Weir was ‘papped’ the morning after: -
Good ol’ Weir declined to comment on what went on the night before but from the look of him it looked like it was a rough night, no wait a minute, he always looks that rough.
Our morale on the other hand was boosted in the aftermath of our win against Dundee with Mr Lennons delightful celebrations, which may I add were totally acceptable and of the norm for a sensational result like that, especially when It looked like I could have been saying today that “We wuz robbed” etc.
In addition I believe Peter Houstons whole christmas day celebration looks a cross between something like watching paint dry and being given an after dinner speech from a neo-nazi, un-comfortable, squeemish, boring, pointless and ironically much like Houston himself.
So our form is great, morale is sky high and we are looking more and more solid as the games go by all I say is roll on sunday.
Now I stop the utterance of my musings to you all for your vision of the future fixture.
What will happen come sunday?
Will we be a solid outfit that will cause the gers many issues?
Do you expect a win, loss or draw?
Is this our first real test or have the gers yet to be tested?
Can we comfortably win on sunday?
Your views below please…..