So big game this weekend, chance to knock our biggest rivals out of a competition. I’m sure you can cut the excitement in Glasgow with a knife. Not with me though, I actually couldn’t care less.
What is this Old Firm game number three for the season, think I’ve actually lost count. By the end of February Celtic will have played Aberdeen and Rangers three times each, sorry if the magic is somehow lost on me but I quite like variety.
Stokes and Hooper are playing some lovely football together and it’s great to watch, Kayal is looking more and more a great player. Thomas Rogne could become a rock at the back everything is looking rosy. January and February though are boring me to tears.
Three days after humping Aberdeen at Hampden the Bhoys were off to Pittodrie to take on Craig Browns team again. It could have potentially been a tough game, but Considine was sent off after two minutes and it was game over.
Yeah it’s great if all you want out of life is to hump every team in site and not ever face any competition, which I’m well aware is what most Celtic fans want. I suppose I’m a little different in that respect. The best games at Celtic Park were always the games when the opposition had a go and you didn’t actually know what was going to happen and the feeling when they won the game was amazing.
As tight as the Hamilton game was, it was no contest after getting the goal I’m not sure Hamilton had a meaningful attack on goal. It was all Celtic, Celtic, Celtic and watching your team take on 10 defenders does not interest me in the slightest.
I’m hoping this malaise goes and I can go back to being the fan cheering on my team as they romp to a 6-0 victory against Dundee United or Motherwell or whoever the victim may be.
Due to family commitments I won’t be able to watch the game on Sunday, probably a good thing in my current state of mind. I hope for all you Celtic fans out there that they get the win at Ibrox and plenty of beer and spirits are consumed.
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