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Ibrox fan highlights the mhedia agenda against Beale!

One sharp-eyed Ibrox fan has exposed the mhedia agenda against Micky Beale.

Even the Gullible & Deluded on Follow Follow could see through it realising that any pressure on the Ibrox boss is coming from supporters worried about the early season results and performances.

Beale was able to call his side’s Champions League opponents by the wrong name without anyone correcting him. On Friday he managed to reference the 1-0 defeat at Kilmarnock as his first match in charge despite 29 matches including four defeats last season.

Like any manager in charge at Ibrox Beale is assured of an easy ride until a sustained run of poor results or growing gap to Celtic becomes too much to gloss over.

If they want to know what a hostile media looks like a check over articles from June till November 2021 about Ange Postecoglou should put things in context.

One veteran reporter happily proclaimed Absolutely Not Good Enough after Ange Postecoglou’s first SPFL match, following the defeat at Kilmarnock he was struck dumb, filling a column with his concerns about serial winner Joe Hart.

Sky Sports’ leading pundit went even further suggesting that Postecoglou should pack his bags and clear off within his first month.

Beale enjoys very special status in the media with almost every outlet hanging on his every word, how he knows everyone in English football and best of all he was the brains behind Steven Gerrard’s reign of one trophy win out of nine which includes cup defeats to Hearts, St Mirren and St Johnstone.

Within a month of his first match in charge BBC Scotland were granted an exclusive interview with Beale, allowing him to explain his ‘lucky man’ taunting of Postecoglou.

The BBC trailed the interview on social media, it brought a lot of adverse reaction with the state broadcaster refusing to broadcast the full interview.

That special relationship has sheltered Beale from three defeats to Celtic covering three competitions over a 10 week period.

Today’s win over Livingston will be celebrated long and loud by the ‘mhedia’ Beale will have to extend that winning run through into the September international break if he is to avoid the strongest criticism- from the loyal bears that have watched numerous Revolutions crushed by Celtic trebles.

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