There were so many pleasing aspects to yesterday’s performance. Perhaps most importantly, we won a game and scored goals without our primary creative fulcrum, Kris Commons, and without playing our backup fulcrum, Charlie Mulgrew, in a creative position.
Several players will return for Wednesday’s Champions League play-off decider against Helsingborgs but Tony Watt has given Neil Lennon plenty to consider. He was by some magnitude the best player on the field, and was considerably more threatening than his strike partner, Gary Hooper, who has had no genuine competition for the main striker position since arriving at Celtic two years ago. I’ve felt for some time that Gary needs to be pushed. Tony might be the man to do this.
Do you remember six years ago we mocked Paul Le Guen’s Rangers with, “You’re fourth in the SPL…” Poor Sevco are fourth in the fourth tier of Scottish football. Give that guy McCoist another 5% of the shares, he’s absolutely priceless.
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