Editorial

Winter of discontent awaits next Sevco gaffer

Pedro has broken several of the holy of holies regarding Scottish Football, number one being don’t sign Latin players, they can’t deal with the cold and lack of protection from referees.

This winter he has left a time bomb ticking at Govan, the injuries will pile up and if you think Pena, Candeias, Hererra and Cardoso are mince now, wait until there is sleet on the pitch.

Alves is an imposter who was given a free transfer after conceding 72 goals in Italy in a single season, Dalcio is never on the pitch and Morelos is proving more one dimensional than ever.

With the Morelos, he is a poacher who shoots on site, teams who were stung by him in the opening rounds have worked out this one trick pony.

He drops his head when they are behind, he doesn’t score equalizing goals, nor winners, he scores the first goal or not at all.

He doesn’t play the full 90, he doesn’t defend, he can’t dribble, his passing is poor.

All he can do is shoot the ball at goal and that is from where ever he receives it on the park.

His goal a game exploits from the beginning of the season will even out, teams have found out if you don’t leave him unmarked on the back post essentially he can’t score.

Billy’s dreaming of silver singing Tina Turner.

I saw some priceless names pop up on Twitter, Big Sam is the favourite, himself a corrupt disgrace who plays unattractive one-dimensional route 1 football, he would fit in well.

Frank De Boer who won 4 consecutive Eredivisie crowns has been brutal ever since PSG knocked Ajax off their roost.

He lasted just 85 days losing 7 out of 14 games with Inter Milan before lasting just 450 minutes with Crystal Palace, losing 4 games in the EPL without scoring a goal.

De Boer, of course, replaced Allardyce at Palace.

Ronald Koeman is a man awash with excuses, having spent 150 million quid at Everton, but he forgot to by a striker.

Give the man the purse strings, go spend another 9 million on dreck!

McCleish, of course, admitted he couldn’t keep up with Celtic unless they cheated.

Nuff said.

Whoever comes into the Sevco hotseat their season is one game away from calamity, not their next league fixture but the next Scottish Cup tie.

They are out of Europe, the League Cup and realistically the Premiership as well, the only trophy they are playing for hasn’t started yet.

This is how it feels to be Sevco!

Hotballs and home ties aside, they won’t win that either.

Whoever takes the reins I can’t wait for the 30th of December derby at Paradise.

There in the freezing cold the best squad in Scotland will be falling to pieces at the seems playing against Brendan’s Bhoys, playing football the Glasgow Celtic way.

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