I’m fairly sure that over on LDTEE store you can bet a t short to that effect.
They love a moan down at Tynecastle, and last night there was a fair bit of moaning as Celtic’s new loan signing Bobby Madden helped the hoops to a 1-0 victory courtesy of a goal from Kyogo Fuhruhashi, who was far too quick in his run to be flagged offside.
There is an argument he was offside, but them’s the breaks, and they even up eventually, When you factor in last night’s break, things will be even long after you and I have departed this life….
Madden will remain on loan until the new year, when he returns to his parent club.
The move was frantically agreed yesterday when the cabal that runs Scottish football noticed that an intelligent and articulate website pointed out that they were all cheats, and if Celtic don’t tell them to fuck off, we’ll encourage supporters to tell Celtic to fuck off.
Spare a thought though, for linesman Brendan O’Malley of Coatbridge, who failed to spot the infringement, who has now been transferred to the East Highland Sunday Morning Seven a Side League.
Of course, the leniancy that allowed the Kyogo goal had nothing to do with stopping Hearts from gaining on the Ibrox side at the top of the table.
The SARD (Stop Another Rangers Dying ) campaign isn;t anti Celtic…it’s pro Rangers.
Mind you, you’d have difficulty convincing Hearts fans of that little detail this morning.
Probably because in the morning their main concern is finding their dealer and a shop open to rob.
Back at the ranch, though, there are a few injury problems after the game. Madden hasn’t quite settled into his new role yet and he was still a bit reluctant to stop the procession of assaults on his new team mates, but hopefully the gaffer will have a word with him.
Or a handshake.
With Celtic losing their rythm (alright, you try to spell it ) after numerous substitutions, there is concern that the heavy December schedule will take it’s toll.
However, the fire within the Celts last night, which made up a wee bit for one or two misplaced passes was far more significant.
The players had decided they weren;t going to lose that match, and thats how it turned out.
That was good to see.
Elsewhere, and we hear the SPFL, or whatever they#re called these days, will be moving to ensure there isn’t a clash of colour at the League Cup final by disqualifying Celtic and asking new club “rangers ” to take their place.
With the Queen not very well, there is a real fear that if Celtic were to be facing Hibernian at Hampden the sight of shamrocks and Green could tip her over the edge.
Mind you, it was like that when she got the job and put up a trophy for her subjects to celebrate.
We know a song about that, don’t we children ?
By the way, this time we’re not going to let them get away with it.
We’re onto them, and the result last night as far as I’m concerned is evidence that they know it.
Then again, I’m doo lally.
It has been said that last time we weren’t doo lally enough, so this time I’m going to make sure at least one of us believes in reptiles…..