“You’re sounding like Aled Jones” – Listen to deranged Sevco fan get schooled by Hugh Keevins for ‘league’s over’ call

Not very often I post something like this but here we go.

After the Boxing Day fixtures, the pundits on Clyde 1 Superscoreboard where reviewing the results before the inevitable phone in.

First caller was a guy called Dougie, a Rangers fan, and he was apoplectic at the suggestion that Celtic’s 3-1 away win to St Johnstone was a good win. Have a listen:

The guy clearly enjoyed a bit too much mulled wine watching the game and the pundits reaction to the call was first class.

There seems to be a smell of fear emanating from the south side of Glasgow and it was summed up perfectly by this Rangers fans reaction to a Celtic away win.

Not only that, the Rangers fan’s complete hypocrisy when he claimed that his own teams home win against St Mirren was ‘brilliant’ was radio comedy.

A blow torch would leave no mark on that guys neck.

3 comments

  • I don’t give a monkeys about anything this creep or folk like him say.
    There are 2 kinds of people who support The Rangers (Sevco), the NEW club (9.5 years old).
    1. actual Rangers supporters (normally decent people) and
    2. these staunch, grunting bigots who spread their evil, muck-racking filth, racism and sectarianism wherever they go.

    The latter are the ones normally referred to with the H name, because of their rampaging behaviour wherever they go. This idiot belongs to the latter group, which is the group that the staunch and bigoted club desperately want to hold on to. After liquidation, Sevco should have built up the former group and divorced the latter group. This would have been better for Scotland and made it a better and safer place to live. The people who run this club have much to answer for, as is the case for those who let them do it.

  • 6 points isn’t a big gap at all. At the beginning of this season I felt that the rebuld Ange had on his hands would have taken at least 1 season to become competitive domestically and in Europe. Ange and this very small Celtic squad have actually exceeded expectations so far and I am thrilled with all the work being done at Celtic and the wonderful football being played.

    As for taking 6 or 7 off of Celtic is concerned, I think that’s an exaggeration of how good Sevco Rangers 2012 are who only managed to take 2 off a Covid ravaged St Mirren at Ibrox. Better teams than Sevco such as Bayer Leverkusen and Real Betis managed to take 4 off the newly constructed and depleted Celtic team in matches.

    I cannot say how the season will end up or how the games against Sevco will go, but one thing I know for sure is that as a Celtic supporter I’m absolutely loving watching this team under big Ange. I’m totally looking forward to the second half of the season and the big games against Hibs, Hearts and Aberdeen. Hibs are on fire and took 3 off Sevco, could have been 6 or 7 to be honest.

    P.s 😁

  • 6 points isn’t a big gap at all. At the beginning of this season I felt that the rebuld Ange had on his hands would have taken at least 1 season to become competitive domestically and in Europe. Ange and this very small Celtic squad have actually exceeded expectations so far and I am thrilled with all the work being done at Celtic and the wonderful football being played.

    As for taking 6 or 7 off of Celtic is concerned, I think that’s an exaggeration of how good Sevco Rangers 2012 are who only managed to take 2 off a Covid ravaged St Mirren at Ibrox. Better teams than Sevco such as Bayer Leverkusen and Real Betis managed to take 4 off the newly constructed and depleted Celtic team in matches.

    I cannot say how the season will end up or how the games against Sevco will go, but one thing I know for sure is that as a Celtic supporter I’m absolutely loving watching this team under big Ange. I’m totally looking forward to the second half of the season and the big games against Hibs, Hearts and Aberdeen. Hibs are on fire and took 3 off Sevco, could have been 6 or 7 to be honest.

    P.s 😁

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