It was a pretty naff result last night as we laboured to a 0-0 draw against Kilmarnock.
The Bhoys had shown no sign of getting complacent with the way we dealt with Hearts last time out but last night highlighted that we’d perhaps taken our eye off the ball.
It is understandable, of course, because we’ve got the small matter of a double-treble to achieve but, even so, the reaction to the performance and result has been mixed:
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 9, 2018
We should 100% be employing Steve Clarke's tactics when we're away from home in Europe. Continues to show it's possible to get results against 'superior' opposition.
— KEVIN MCGUIRE (@kevmcguiremusic) May 9, 2018
Or at home in Europe. Worked well for WGS and Lenny.
— Andy Robertson’s Tartan Army ???????????????????????????? (@Lainey__D) May 9, 2018
Can't just turn up for rangers games
— Joseph (@josephduffy81) May 9, 2018
The league table shows that we’ve turned up for more than just the Rangers games, the league is won – it’s inevitable that minds are going to wander to the cup final.
— Gav Travers (@GavTravers) May 9, 2018
— Pete???? (@TweetofthePete) May 9, 2018
announce Yaya Toure !!!
— JONATHAN (@jjblasvegas) May 9, 2018
Announce £6million share issue
— Darbo (@DazMcQ) May 9, 2018
The difference between this season and last season we would have found a way through, hoping for a more clinical Celtic next season ✅????
— Drew Dawson (@DrewDawson21) May 9, 2018
Yes, it was a poor performance and, yes, we’ve had a lot like it this season but, at this point in the campaign, there is little point fretting about it.
I’m sure when kick-off comes in the final we’ll be bang at it and with the number of changes we made last night it’s fairly understandable that we lost some intensity.
Let’s not start getting negative when you look at how the year has gone.
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