The Mooch Says Celtic Winning The Treble Is “Unthinkable.” I Suggest He Starts Thinking It.

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Obviously I’d want us to beat any manager at Ibrox, but there are some who inspire a special kind of loathing and The Mooch has, very swiftly, become one of them.

It’s been a long time since I felt utter contempt for one, but he has inspired that too.

His comments yesterday continued his unbroken streak of horrific press conferences. He is on a better run there than his team will ever be able to muster. The casual way he said that if his team doesn’t win a trophy that we will sweep the boards is such a dismissal of Aberdeen and every side still in the Scottish Cup that it’s astonishing.

I’ve said before that it’s plainly obvious that his mentality is such that coming to Scotland is viewed as an easy gig. He thinks he only has to really beat one team here, and sooner or later that sort of ego and arrogance is going to hurt him badly.

I would love it if that happened today.

I worry Aberdeen, who are the biggest underachievers in this game, won’t have the juice to get past them. That would leave it up to us to put him in his place, and I am confident that we would do just that.

He described the idea of us winning a treble as “unthinkable.”

What I suggest is that he start thinking about it.

The league is just about home and hosed.

The League Cup Final gives us the opportunity for Ange to make it four trophies out of five.

This is a club that is seriously equipped to rule this game for a long time.

Aside from Lennon’s second season and the COVID collapse, there never would have been a break to our dominance, which would now be in its 11th straight year.

The Mooch really is a stupid man.

He talks a good game, that’s a fact, but there’s nothing more to him than his own hype.

After a good start for him at QPR it unravelled quickly. We’ve seen that happen at Celtic Park under previous regimes. Some managers surf a brief wave of euphoria and good results and then it all comes crashing down.

There is nothing “unthinkable” about Celtic winning a treble this season.

It’s not certain but by God it is nowhere near to being impossible.

All this hyperbole does him no good whatsoever, it just sets up him to be propelled into crisis by the first serious reversal.

Sunday 26 February is the day of the final.

We’ll see how unthinkable it is then.

If he wants to be more than just an embarrassing footnote he needs to start living in, and dealing with, reality.

The world as it is, not the one he wishes that it was.

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  • Johnny Green says:

    If Aberdeen apply themselves properly today, then they have every chance of winning this one. A bit of belief in themselves and they can upset the horrible huns, here’s hoping.

    2-1 to Aberdeen.

    • Kevan McKeown says:

      Aye tho, seein we got away wi one yesterday. What’s the chances of them gettin their wee favor today if needed. Aberdeen’ll need tae be super cautious.

  • Eire goCeltic says:

    He has burnt his bridges in the English Championship League. There’s no going back. So far so good for Mick in Scotland. Watch-out Mick, the Fans Run the ‘Geers Club now. If you falter they will make it hard for you. That’s the recent history. I doubt you impressed your Club, when complaining about the small budget to invest in new players. Where is all the last 18 mts income going?
    You might beat Aberdeen, but on recent form, Hearts and Killie will test you.

  • Tony B says:

    Cockney Wankah talks pish and total bollocks again.

    Quelle surprise!

  • Neil Smith says:

    Forrest clearly not read Snivelings crawling in the Mail today… The rangers manager is a 2 F’s guy with belting quotes and a ruthless streak according to the worst columnist on the planet!!!???? anything to make Huns happy is our crappy press

    • Clachnacuddin and the Hoops says:

      I’m hoping that you didn’t contribute to The Mail Neil by way of a purchase or a click online and if you did read the vermin that it was free by way of a look going past the rag stand in your local supearmarket….

      Starve them of every penny to their grave !

  • Charlie McGuire says:

    Beale isn’t a threat and is not worth thinking about. These comments and others he has made show how much he fears Celtic. He seems to be constantly talking about us and regularly goes on about our consistency. Elsewhere in this interview he actually showed he doesn’t believe we will drop many points in the remainder of the season so deep down he knows the title has gone. Yes, he is an irritant but not one I take seriously.

  • Seppington says:

    In my lifetime the scum have had two managers I didn’t despise; le Guen, who got 5 minutes before the “true blue players” (read: knuckle-scraping klowns lucky enough to play fir their favourite klub) did him in, and Henrik’s best bud Van Bronckhorst who seemed a decent enough guy in the wrong job. Every other manager I have loathed with the fire of a billion burning suns and already Beale is rapidly shooting his mouth off into the top three…

  • SSMPM says:

    Talk’s fine, action counts. Beale does have luck on his side in that unlike GVB he has a number of players coming back from injury.
    The Hatate disallowed goal should have been a pen as well as Killie’s non pen so basically more of the same shit VAR officials so point is the huns aren’t owed one from the officials today. That would imply the refs will corruptly balance it out Kevan. It will be a straight forward bias decision not revenge or a balancing out. 2-0 Aberdeen.

    • Hugh says:

      Living rent free in his head! Never ever heard a Gers or sevco manager talk about us so much, he must fear us

  • Dolphin Bhoy says:

    James I can’t understand why my comments never see the light of day, I never say anything that is offensive so I’m really disappointed.

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