Shouldn’t Alex Rae still be hiding under the bed?
It seems ridiculous to me that this guy whose best career move would have been haunting houses should be up and about already after the ritual humiliation his team was subjected to at Celtic Park a few weeks ago. A couple of good results has all the Ibrox cheerleaders crawling out of the woodwork again. They never stay quiet for long.
Boyd was at it, Rae was at it and I suspect a number of others were too.
Having to respond to them all the time is so tiresome I’ve waited two days to answer this one because I simply had better things to do. Rae is not worth devoting real time to anymore … this is a coffee break article at the end of a long day.
You’ll notice that I never need to write these about Jackson, English or even Keevins. These people might talk the worst sort of tripe at times but they are professionals who don’t spend their time trolling people and looking like goons.
Rae’s is particularly unbelievable and on this occasion he shows a chronic lack of self-awareness.
To slag Celtic with a jibe about the disco lights only serves to remind people first of how small minded and stupid this joker is as well as making us all want to watch the savage beating that was administered to his own team under them?
This is what amuses me terribly about their current bouncy confidence, and in particular after midweek. If they are world beaters, as they think to think, and we are a dismal team which is on the verge of collapse, how come they wilted under the disco lights and took such a doing off us? No-one who watched it thought it was even close.
Rae and his cohort should be careful what they wish for. They clearly think that their club is ready to face us all over again; I think they would be mad to believe it. We will learn from the midweek defeat and move forward … and I suspect we’ll make these fools laugh on the other side of their faces by the time this season ends.