Celtic Below Our Rivals On Some Silly List? This Is Ibrox Feel Good On A Very Bad Day.

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I take it you all read, with some amusement this morning, this latest nonsensical “list” of the top clubs in the world, which the one from Ibrox has gotten into the top ten of.

And we’re apparently not. Awww. How will we ever cope with such a snub?

Easily, actually, as defending champions and top of the league at the current time.

Honestly, I know the hacks love this dire rubbish and they get off on publishing these feel-good pieces, but really? The club across the city is in utter turmoil today, with the weekend shockwaves still reverberating, and they face imminent Champions League elimination.

For the hacks to be putting up this kind of stuff, to cheer people up … it looks more like trolling their supporters than it does trolling ours. Because we laugh at this stuff on days like this, when we’re sitting proudly atop the league table.

We treat it like a joke because a joke is what it is.

We are awaiting the Champions League draw this week. We are on the brink of bringing in another excellent player, to add to the list of fantastic options we already have in the team. This club is in better health than it’s been in for years.

They look like a disorganised rabble right now. The highlight of their transfer window was selling two key players, and they’re in chaos over the future of another one as I write this. I’ll do more on the Morelos thing later, but that’s got to be damaging.

This is what the press comes up with to distract from all the mayhem over there; a puny story like this, one that is only designed to remind them that we won the league last year and that we’re not looking like we’re going to relinquish our hold on it.

If you were in their shoes, would you be happy with a story like this?

Me neither. It is pathetic.

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  • Johnny Green says:

    Feelgood pish is what the Billy Boys crave just now so do not deny them their crumbs of comfort in these trying times. Thursday morning, after the night before, is going to be a suicidal time for them and the caring media are only trying to help them during their trip down agony lane. Let’s all have a bit of empathy for our poor Glasgow neighbours and wish them a right good old Celtic…..

    GIRFUY!…..Ya clatty bastards.

    • Johnny Green says:

      Ho hum, I certainly got that one wrong, another gift goal got them through once again against a fairly ordinary Dutch team. That was my opinion of PSV in the first leg as well, but I thought they would be better on their own patch and they weren’t. I suppose it makes things interesting, Morelos might even want to stay now and I hope he does. Any team that gets them in the draw will be rubbing their hands with glee, probably the same for us, but they will have underestimated us and that suits us just fine.

  • Frankie says:

    Who ever says or writes these lies are the kind of people like Boyd ,Keevins,Miller, name but a few absolute clowns.

  • Scud Missile says:

    Imagine if this was one of our players dropped not by the manager but by his team mates.
    They would have all the players turning on each other and possible newspaper headline of a broken crest badge.

  • sparks says:

    I like the list of 22 elite clubs on a big silver cup that we are part of. A real list engraved for all time.

  • Cairncross says:

    And where was the team that actually beat them in the worlds most prestigious tournament final…no where. Look at the dates this was based upon, its all smoke and mirrors.
    What is more relevant is the huge amount of money we will earn more than they will even if they get in the CL. No one seems to be saying too much about that though.
    We are all PSV tomorrow.

  • John S says:

    Of course such articles are playing to the decreasing crowd but even they must tire of useless information. Well, maybe not, if all they have is delusion.

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