Will somebody please, for the love of God, get Kenny Miller a dummy? Or at the very least, will somebody please give him back the one that was plucked out of his mouth? His incessant squealing is starting to give people a headache.
Isn’t it pathetic how much blubbering this guy and others have done since the weekend? Did you read the latest today? About how he wants to cast us all back to the 2016 Scottish Cup Final and an alleged foul prior to Hibs winning goal?
Is that something we’re supposed to take even remotely seriously? Isn’t that dire? It’s as if this result has shattered his hold on sanity. Was it really that fragile? Was he really so immersed in Ibrox supremacist guff all this time?
Out of all the reactions to the game, I have to say that his is the worst and the most ludicrous. Even Kris Boyd adopted a better, saner, attitude to it than this. Miller has stopped just short of demanding that the game be replayed. But not far short.
He has bitched about the decision to chop off the Ibrox goal. Fine. You can disagree with that one as it’s a tough call, although one I think the ref just about got right. But he wants to argue whether our second goal should have stood, which is just howling at the moon. His comments on Callum McGregor reek of bitterness and that sound you hear when you listen to them is the steady loosening of screws. They’re now rolling down the pavement.
He has flipped. Completely. Utterly. Trying to call into a question a goal in 2016? I saw incidents last night in the Champions League game were fouls were given against Haaland and others for what were almost identical incidents to what Morelos was penalised for at the weekend, so really this bitching is just embarrassing now to all involved.
Which includes the club which is demanding an apology? For what exactly? The SFA said the decision was correct. Therefore, nothing to apologise for. Ibrox’s statement wanting one on the basis that clubs in England have had them … give us a break.
This is another front in their war on the governing bodies, and everything they say and do should be viewed in that light. It’s also pandering to the nutcases – perhaps even some in the boardroom – who don’t trust Clancy because of his religion … a subject nobody in the media wants to touch with a 20-foot pole although it’s germane to this debate.
Miller though, he’s acting like somebody who has just come all the way unglued by this result. I used to think he was a sober, sensible, serious guy who had a healthy respect for Celtic. Now I see nothing but a mouthy ex-Ibrox player poisoned by whatever the Hell they put in the water over there. Crying like a big wean who has had his ice cream nicked.