Many of us were surprised that the regular hatefest that is allowed at Ibrox merely raised less than £5000 for their beloved army.
The 50,000+ deluded fans gave 9 pence on average, a truly fantastic effort from a club who needs to reprint jerseys for Kenny Miller for Premiership matches.
But enough of the 5-year-olds.
The Celtic foundation has yet again acted in the spirit of Brother Walfrid, this time Ghirls for good have raised £21,000 for the needy this winter.
Yet again we are seeing that Celts are worth their weight in gold and willing to give their own money and time to the needy.
Across town, we see that those who spout bile at refugees and minorities are themselves as cheap as the King they installed above their fetid institution.
Celtic FC Foundation CEO Tony Hamilton said of the appeal:
“Collectively, they have helped us Share the Spirit of Celtic this Christmas.”
The £21,000 raised at Ghirls for Good will support our 2017 Christmas Appeal which reflects the very essence of why our club was set up back in 1887.
We want to help around 300 local families facing poverty, to provide a meal on the table and gifts for the kids. We want to bring the magic of Christmas to those homes. We are also looking to help vulnerable local pensioners to ease the financial burden at a challenging time of year, plus a number of other local charities who support those experiencing homelessness or other disadvantage.
Our Ghirls for Good have made a genuine and stunning difference this Christmas.
You can still donate to the appeal, click here to go to our amazing clubs foundation.