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Super Scoreboard pile on with the lost nine months of Micky Beale the Manager

Micky Beale set the ball rolling last week as he tried to portray his defeat at Kilmarnock as is first in charge of the Ibrox Tribute Act.

At a media conference in front of the key messengers no one dared to pick him up, discuss the 29 matches that he took charge of last season which included four defeats. In five meaningful matches in charge Beale lost four and drew one, I fink.

The rewriting of 2012 has crashed the fading credibility of more than a few media organisations as they lie about liquidation and 276 creditors to discuss financial meltdown or even relegation.

Having, in their eyes, pulled that stunt blanking out 29 matches under Beale last season is fairly small fry.

Gordon Duncan, Kenny Miller and Marvin Bartley are seasoned media operators, on any given night their voices can pop up on any one of several news outlets, tonight it was Super Scoreboard on Radio Clyde.

One by one they each added to the lie that Beale’s Ibrox managerial career started with a defeat at Rugby Park. Or Just Like Ange which makes the listening bears feel a lot more reassured.

As everyone in Scottish football knows Ange Postecoglou lost three of his first six SPFL matches, a run that is buying Beale time after he splashed the cash during the summer and appeared to come up with a forward line less interested and potent than Kemar Roofe, Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent.

Back in August 2021 every halfwit pundit with the exception of Mark Wilson queued up to speculation on how many more weeks Postecoglou had as Celtic manager. That sort of discussion wouldn’t be tolerated over Mister Beale.

He has even been given a free pass on 29 matches, the vast majority of which involved Todd Cantwell and Nico Raskin with the back four that played Servette also available.

The real story is that Postecoglou didn’t have nine starts in for his first SPFL match, he had two- Carl Starfelt and Liel Abada. He didn’t get 29 matches and nine months to mess about with players, formations and regular defeats in the Glasgow Derby.

The Brains behind Steven Gerrard has managed in five derbies and won once, a dead rubber on the back of two Hampden defeats where his team barely carved out three worthwhile chances over 180 minutes.

With Duncan, Miller and Bartley all on message for Mister Beale it is upto the Internet Bampots to set the record straight with pesky FACTS!

ClLICK HERE for Beale’s full managerial record.

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  • by Captain Swing
    Posted August 17, 2023 6:32 am 0Likes

    I wouldn’t bring that sort of thing to their attention…

    …Never interrupt your enemy while he’s making a mistake…

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