Something that Celtic fans are used to and have been used to over the years is the media’s strange pandering to the Ibrox club.
For whatever reason, they feel the need to bump up the Govan clubs ego with some printed (now published) nonsense and the only thing I am raging about is that I never had the foresight a decade ago to open up Born Celtic to rip the mince out of it.
But even after all that time, even since this new Rangers came into the league, Celtic have still been the dominant team.
Put it this way, the newco has only won two trophies in ten years. If that was my club, I would be asking why the gap between us and them is so huge.
Because by anyone’s standards, a Quadruple Treble and another nine in a row would suggest that the gulf between the two is a chasm.
But not the BBC. The establishment broadcaster decided to interview Ally McCoist where the former oldco striker and newco manager claimed that the gap isn’t really that big.
In fact, to even claim the gap is closing when, factually, it has increased is just nonsensical.
Ally has a decent reputation amongst football fans but coming away with this garbage smacks of him still pandering to the Ibrox fanbase.
He needs to let it go before that club drags his reputation down even further.
Outstanding piece of propaganda, have Celtic not been on the same run whilst also winning a Cup ?
— Balger Bhoy (@balger_bhoy) March 20, 2023
They’ve literally not closed the gap
— Craig Campbell (@craig_c83) March 20, 2023
Closing the gap you say ? without the ref and VAR they would be 4th at best
— barney (@Paulhallford1) March 21, 2023
Plus lost the final McCoist needs to take his blue tinted glasses off Rangers are miles behind Celtic
— James Lewis (@JamesLewis1208) March 20, 2023