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Celtic Diary Tuesday February 5

Staffordshire flu, far and away the most serious strain of any shifting anthem virus struck the author ruthlessly over the weekend,prompting medical services to consider armed quarantine to prevent a spread of the deadly virus, which although it has not claimed any lives,it leaves the sufferer feeling like he has been hit by a train and then a good rub down with sandpaper to given things up.
A concerned Mrs Malph was at one point heard to comment
“He’s a bloody tart,I notice he struggled down to watch his football”

It was only down to her loving care and attention,combined with threats and violence that I managed to escape the attention of the grim reaper himself.

So,where were we?

Raith Rovers were brushed aside in the cup,with three Scottish international scoring the goals,which is something you don’t see everyday. The win sets up a Rocky versus Mr T rematch with St.Mirren in the quarter finals,which was just what Neil Lennon and themanagers of the other six remaining clubs were hoping for.

Plucky third division hostile Rangers were crushed by the same 3-0 scoreline which had rookie boss Ally McCoist happy enough to praise his players whole hearted approach. He is used to 3-0 reve…




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