Ryan Jack’s Bubbling About Celtic Striker’s “Disrespect” Is Hilarious And Hypocritical.

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Ryan Jack is a bubbling, whining child. He and the rest of the Ibrox players who think that our footballers are guilty of “disrespecting” theirs should ask themselves; what have they done to deserve respect?

Jack is whinging because Giakoumakis is confident and says so. Jack comes from a generation that thinks Timmy should be seen and not heard, the mentality John Reid described as “wanting to keep us at the back of the bus.”

Well, those days are well and truly over, and it seems some of them can’t hack it.

The big Greek said that we’re “obviously” the better team. I think handing them a 3-0 going on 10-0 skelping at Celtic Park, and being currently top of the table, demonstrates that quite adequately. At this moment in time, only a moron would doubt it.

To moan about it … it just looks bad. It looks pitiful.

It also requires breath-taking arrogance and hypocrisy.

After all, how many times this season, after they’ve dropped points, have they come out and basically told the media “we should be beating teams like that” or words to that effect? I’ve long thought that they were the most disrespectful club in the league.

And on a day when social media is dominated by their “official media partners” throwing smears and insults at Celtic, they have some brass neck to even mention respect at all. Their club doesn’t even respect a signed commercial contract.

Honestly, that club is so self-entitled and arrogant that it blows your mind at times. Imagine having a moan to the media because a team that had just beaten you 3-0 didn’t pay tribute to you? Imagine going crying over some hurtful remarks from a player who is confident that his team is better than yours? This is part and parcel of the game.

But it feeds into the idea that you are not allowed to say or do anything that offends Ibrox, even a little.

It starts the wailing and the howling at the moon.

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  • Charles says:

    If jack and his mates think that
    Giakoumakis saying what he did helps them work harder and better to beat us then they are in a lot more trouble than I thought. It’s all poo poo.

  • Tony B says:

    Cryin’ Ryan will have something to greet about on Sunday.


  • Malc says:

    Ryan who…?

  • Seppington says:

    I can’t argue with what the Giakatak said but I’d rather he hadn’t said it at all. I’ve always prepared quietly going about our business, lull them into a false sense of superiority (not hard at all with huns) then BAM! Crush the pathetic fools into dust. Public displays of bravado are usually made to mask a feeling of insecurity, hence why they are often shot to pieces when the game comes. I think in Giakoumakis’ case it truly was self belief and confidence but fate is a cruel mistress and it is always best not to tempt her…

  • Seppington says:

    always prepeared = preferred….deerrp.

  • REBELLIOUS says:

    Roll on Sunday, that’ll FUQN shut them the up…
    Pathetic whining like wee school lassies.
    Aw poor has been Kent is a spent, a force no more,
    The REAL FITBA is played @Paradise
    B365 were offering 2/1 yesterday, today it’s 9/5… money on Celtic is shortening the price
    Whilst their odds are going in the other direction.

    IF Celtic play half as well as they did against them last time… WE WIN.
    IF we improve our performance THEY WILL BE BLOOTERED SENSELESS.

  • Fan says:

    Just beat them on Sunday that’s what it matter!

  • Dora says:

    Hypocritical indeed James, tripler—support/players/klub need a crash course sometime soon…maybe sharts in handies will solve the problematic sevco as they seem to be spiralling down the gicker, at speed!

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