Date: 16th April 2019 at 9:40pm
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Celtic fans have laughed off suggestions from Rangers chairman Dave King that the Ibrox club are close to becoming dominant in Scottish football.

King released an ill-advised statement to supporters yesterday, claiming that his side ‘are now within tangible reach of Rangers becoming the dominant force in Scottish football again.’

Those are baffling comments when you consider the current status of the two teams, with Celtic again on the brink of a famous treble of domestic trophies.

Neil Lennon’s side are currently 11 points clear of the Ibrox side in the Scottish Premiership table, having won the Scottish League Cup and booked our place in the Scottish Cup final next month.

Rangers have been nowhere in either cup competition, with their only real ‘success’ coming when they qualified for the UEFA Europa League group stage.

What’s more, it puts even more pressure on Steven Gerrard’s shoulders ahead of the new season.

Celtic fans have found the whole thing hilarious, taking to Twitter this week to share their thoughts…

What did you make of Dave King’s statement this week? Have your say in the comments below…

 

One Reply to “‘Nothing but pure lies’ – Many Celtic fans ruthlessly mock Rangers man after latest media blunder”

  • Personally I enjoy the nonsense he talks. You have to admit, he knows what the gullible want to hear, and he feeds them. He obviously knows his days are numbered so is taking advantage of it while he can. He knows he is heading down the same “adoration” route as his last three or four predecessors. The slope is slippery and the ice is thin. Ashley has him in his back pocket the same way Broonie had Joey Barton. For a seven year old club though you have to give him credit for making a mockery of any remaining hints of intelligence the new club fans had. They suck it all in and must sit in private thinking, “how can we have won all these trophies in seven years and I can’t remember one of them?”
    Keep it up Dave, you are a rival to Donald Trump as the laughing stock of this century so far.

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