Celtic’s Win Over Ibrox So Shocked Miller He’s Blotted The Memory Of It Out.

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Aaah Kenny Miller. There was a time where I thought he was a smart and sensible guy because he had never uttered a bad word about us and did not appear to be an uber-staunch with the usual collection of lunacies and paranoia, and I have been in some ways pretty shocked about the unmasking of this guy as a fruitcake.

But now I realise, you see, why I had never noticed it before. Miller was not a regular in the media before recently and if he wasn’t already a poisonous anti-Celtic nut and just hiding it well he has certainly transformed into one. He’s had the practice.

How did this come about? Was it always there? I suspect people are going to say “of course it was, are you mad?” Or did it grow on him? Did it emerge from that phenomenon that we have discussed here a thousand times; the realisation that if you say enough anti-Celtic stuff that you will get headlines and gigs all across the Scottish sports media?

Kenny Miller never struck me as the smartest kid in the class.

The more you are exposed to him the more you realise that in fact you are dealing with someone a few points short of a good Scrabble score. You wonder how Peepul with so little insight to offer ever get gigs, which is why we subscribe to the theory that a former playing career at Ibrox is really all that someone needs, especially at the BBC.

Which, as it just so happens, is who Miller was working for last night when he came up with this gem of insight and genius which is so unintentionally hilarious, I’ve been giggling since I read it.

“Whenever a challenge comes their way they just seem to get the job done …”

Ahem, guys, friends, I seem to recall that they came to Celtic Park not that long ago and lost. That did happen, right? I’ve not lost my mind or something? Because, this is a guy working for the national broadcaster saying that they have gotten the job done … and surely, he has to be right? But if he’s right then did Kyogo really score that wonder goal?

I mean, for God’s sake. Is this guy a complete goon or what? Did he realise how stupid that sounded even in the moment those words came out of his mouth? Does he realise it now? Or is he walking around thinking he’s made an excellent point?

They came to Celtic Park and lost. That’s only a couple of games ago. So much for besting every challenge. Does he not remember it? Has it slipped his mind or … or has he just blotted it out of his memory? You know what, I think that’s what he has done.

I think the shock of it, after weeks of telling himself that his team were the greatest iteration of Sevco we’ve ever seen and that they were invincible, I think it was too much for his feeble mind to take and I think he’s just erased it from his memory.

Endless Sunshine Of The Clueless Mind style.

That has to be it. He’s suffered some sort of break with reality.

Hey, it’s either that or he’s just a complete idiot.

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  • Dinger says:

    Another son of pinocchio

  • Marty McK says:

    The guy is a goon. I know for a fact that he was unknowingly given decaf in a particular cafe and didn’t even notice. This is a fact.

  • Bob (original) says:

    And Cantdivewell scored a goal, so everything must great at ibrox…?

    Except Clement is going to be throwing his toys out the pram,

    when his team suffers a poor result after the transfer window has slammed shut.

    And that recent derby game which Miller has forgotten about,

    could prove to be sevco’s most significant loss in the league:

    they didn’t have the bottle to take even a point from us,

    shortly after we had our own ‘wobble’ in the SPL during December.

    And those Europa games are going to further stretch a thin, injury prone sevco squad. 🙂

  • Kevan McKeown says:

    Ah think it’s the latter tbh. The words just fall out before the brains even had time tae analyze them. And as for the last derby game, as we know, the biggest threat tae Celtic was actually theirselves and their own complacency in the last 10-15 minutes, no miller’s club. Their ‘challenge’ up until then was practically non-existent. Fact.

  • Mark says:

    It’s beneficial to ignore SMSM sports output as its’ intended demographic is as malleable as candle wax but less bright than its flame in daylight.
    IQs decay when exposed too long to it.

    And please Celtic, sign a striker FFS!

  • Stevie says:

    Ex Rangers and Hibernian striker…..
    BBC Scotland only mention 2 of the 3 major Scots clubs he played for !!

  • JC says:

    Attention all insomniacs still having trouble sleeping. Tune into any kenny millar football opinion. ?

  • harold shand says:

    Aye he’s still choking for some kind of a job at the sh*t pit and popping up everywhere licking their managers jeer

    Just like he was doing with Beale

  • sparks says:

    Hibs haven’t beaten Sevvy in the league at Easter Rd for 17 years it was stated yesterday, and we are to believe that this was a great result from the greatly talented management guru Clement? The wins for Pedro ,Murty, Beele Gio and Gerrard must have been far better then now everyone knows that they were useless frauds and their teams cowards and useless?

  • Adam Thomas says:

    Tbf he did say after the winter break the Derby game was in December.

  • Yada Ya says:

    He’s never recovered from that landing after Jozo’s tackle. Scrambled his brain so badly that he now speaks gibberish all the time.

  • SSMPM says:

    Of course it was, are you mad unless it was Jozo’s tackle that turned him bitter. HH

  • Eamonn Little says:

    A huge red flag to me was a few years back ,when he was naming the best 11 he ever played with,there was no mention of Shunsuke Nakamura in midfield,best player Miller in that position by a country mile that Miller played with.At that point I knew ,he’s either poison ,playing to the goon gallery or both.

  • Edward Mc Graw says:

    You” always thought he was a smart and sensible guy”, then,in same article he” never struck you as the smartest guy in the class”, which is correct?, for me, he was an incredibly average footballer, probably a good pro in terms of training and dietary habits etc, just a lack of any real skill, it’s when people such as him kiss the badge it ticks me off, playing to the gallery doesn’t make you ok, remember Judas blessing himself after a red card?, how did that turn out?.

  • Peter Cassidy says:

    He Is a little bit thick don’t mock him”.

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