Celtic

Blatant Bobby and Super Scotty set tongues wagging at Paradise

Well that was much better, we came up against the same bus parking antics which have become the modus operandi of the SPFL post St. Mirren but our movement of the ball was far more direct today and our outlook more positive.

Of course, when Celtic are trying to make a game of it blatant Bobby Madden or his brethren will always be there to put the brakes on the Hoops, in this occasion a straight red card was overlooked and indeed a free kick on the edge of the area.

That Boyata gets a red card for mouthing off at these cheats is one thing, that Eddy gets scissor kicked to the floor and taken out of the game by a reckless challenge and is then hurried off the pitch is an absolute joke.

Can you imagine Slippy in front of the media if that happened to one of his players?

In the end, Scott Sinclair came on and buried the anti-football being played against Celtic with a magical backheel which was reminiscent of his cheeky form a few years back.

Let’s hope he goes on a run and keeps on scoring, with our glut of fixtures and injuries he will be needed.

An honourable mention must also go out to young Jack Hendry who played a full 90 and tasted both victory and a clean sheet.

He was more or less flawless at the back and provided valuable support in getting the ball forward, well-done lad.

Lewis Morgan came on towards the end and showed why he looks to be a player who has a massive Parkhead future ahead of him, he holds the ball up well, looks to take on his man and makes a lot of runs off the ball adding options across the forward line.

His movement is great to watch and hopefully we will see this young Celt blossom under Rodgers.

Today we got our goal at the cost of another injury scare, how long will it be until Celtic get some protection from the men in black?

Forgive me for not holding my breath, you and I both have seen this story far too often before to put it down to an honest mistake.

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