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19 Feb 2018 18:19:11
Apparently according to my ex bear pals the "title race is wide open"
and now hearing that the Hibs manager is giving the same guff to the media.
Did I miss something?
Are Celtic not 9 points clear with only 11 games to go.
My ex bear pals keep looking into their Sevco crystal ball and their predictions are Celtic lose at Pittodrie, then at Ibrokes, gap is cut to "only 3 points" then "game on"
Even if that somehow came about, Celtic have both the huns and the sheep at Celtic Park after the split, so have the opportunity to rectify any points lost.
But my two ex bear pals have already placed bets of Sevco winning the league at 80/ 1 ( admittedly both only "risked" a tenner each)
I told them to bet at the Timalloy bookmaking emporium and I would have given them odds of 250/ 1.

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19 Feb 2018 19:43:10
Have they erased the memory of wee lenny pumping them twice at the crumbledome Tim, and never mind coming to paradise they've to go to Easter road never easy place, and the mighty Hamilton put 3 by them and if the Hamilton keeper was up to it they might have drawn.

19 Feb 2018 20:33:05
I wouldn't get too stressed about it, opposition managers can hardly say anything else.
They have to try and keep their players motivated till the end of the season.
I would hope our manager would say the same if the roles were reversed.

20 Feb 2018 08:48:48
Rangers are rubbish. A bit better than the utter rubbish they were, but still rubbish. I have absolutely no worries about extending the gap and beating them at Ibrox and at home. The same for Aberdeen. Rogers will focus the top team to start giving teams hefty tankings.

Sunday was just too many changes and relying on too many players out of form or back from injuries. The fact we created next to nothing confirms this. Those players should have had more than enough to deal with a team of journeymen.

It was a reminder that if we don't focus we can drop points. Two draws at home with St J just isn't good enough. We need to play in the same way we did against Zenit. If we do then no one can or will get near us.

Let them delude themselves. They are in a league of their own on that score. Their pain will only be made more acute when reality calls. I will enjoy that very much. It's coming.







 

 

 
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