THAT was the headline in SHOOT Magazine back in 1993 as a struggling Celtic lurched from one crisis to another both on and off the park.
Liam Brady had taken the club into a level of debt that the old board could not sustain and his signings – most notably Tony Cascarino proved to be flops of the highest order.
Meanwhile over in Govan things were looking much better as David Murray’s seemingly endless wedge of money brought in one prestigious signing after another and at that stage no one could see how Celtic could keep up.
Of course the answer to the SHOOT Magazine question is YES. Celtic are now the top dogs in Scottish football and Rangers have been liquidated, with multi-millions of debt left in its wake. A tribute act has been created and doesn’t even have the self awareness to understand that they are a club formed in 2012 in the wake of the Rangers’ demise.
Now a convicted criminal has arrived back in Glasgow stating that he provides the only opportunity for Rangers (2012) to be successful – otherwise they are heading for the abyss.
How times have changed in Glasgow.