The Rangers fans are set to continue to self isolate long into the summer after Celtic were confirmed champions of Scotland for the 9th season in a row. It is hard to see Celtic fans celebrating throughout the World for these once loyal servants of Rangers.
The fans of this new club are known by many as Sevconians, although some still call them Zombies after letting their club die after years of winning tainted titles by financial doping, dodgy dealings and even dodgier handshakes.
Whatever you like to call them they are hurting. The Daily Record Hotline and being renamed the Hootline after been inundated with calls from pure raging Sevconians who are hell bent on shaking up Scottish football with some head scratching ideas.
As they struggle to come to terms with Celtic’s continued dominance of Scottish football guided by Neil Lennon (even his name sends shivers down their spines) and a bare blue room over Ibrox way they are clearly not thinking straight and they have added to the joy for Celtic fans on social media with some Rockets posting on twitter in particular.
One fan calls on a boycott of all away grounds, which should bring relief to towns and villages throughout Scotland. A Saturday afternoon or a Sunday morning without that mob passing through the streets of Scotland can only be a welcome addition to the football calendar and make for a more pleasant weekend for everyone concerned.
Another loyal fan wants to go to away stadiums so he can support his team. He is prepared to buy a match ticket but boycott buying Pies, Bovril and Mars Bars. However he did not specify if that would include Chips and other confectionary sold on match day but I’m sure in time that another Statement will be released as to what should and should not be bought on match days.
The radio phone in have not been spared this lunacy either one bear with a sore head ringing up to suggest forming a breakaway league with Hearts, Stranraer and wait for it Linfield. The Loyal Lunatics are out doing themselves as they head into a summer meltdown.
Here we go 101AR
Andrew Milne started More than 90 Minutes in 2001. He has written for numerous publications and online about Celtic. One of his essays featured in Celtic Minded 2 and he is a former newspaper columnist with the Daily Ireland and the man behind celticfanzine.com. He is host of Celtic AM pre-match events in Glasgow on match days and follows Celtic Home & Away. He is a season ticket holder for Celtic FC and the Republic of Ireland. He is also P.R.O. of St. Margaret’s CSC, a member of the Celtic Trust and the Celtic Graves Association.