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‘An absolute empty jersey’ ‘bye bye Lowry’ ‘boys a mare’ Classic fail for Ibrox fan as he drools ovrr Murray Park Pirlo

With the Philippe Clement Revolution well underway it seems that anything is possible with the Gullible & Deluded.

Despite claiming that he doesn’t have a magic wand the new Ibrox boss managed to get a goal out of Cyriel Dessers that didn’t involve a deflection.

After a hugely impressive media conference a 4-0 win over Hibs was enough proof for some Ibrox fans to speculate over winning a quadruple this season despite claiming just two trophies in their mediocre 11 year history.

Funds will be found from thin air for the January war-chest but no midfielders are needed with Alex Lowry and Ianis Hagi out on loan. Recall that duo and the strongest squad in Scotland instantly becomes even more impressive.

Scoring a late winning goal against Kilmarnock in the Viaplay Cup after coming off the bench in the 89th minute was enough to convince most bears that the Murray Park Pirlo was about to finally arrive in Scottish football.

After their 4-0 win over Hibs they could sit down on Sunday and watch Lowry pick Celtic apart at Tynecastle to keep the gap at the top of the SPFL Premiership at a recoverable four points.

How would Reo Hatate, Callum McGregor and Matt O’Riley cope with a midfielder overlooked by Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Micky Beale?

Five minutes in, despite being a goal down, Lowry had the bears purring with a drag-back that left Reo Hatate lying on the turf. Proof of his genius, not that it was really required. Sadly for the watching bears that was as good as things got for their in-house superstar.

From that point on Lowry was spraying the ball all over the park, unfortunately for his current employers there were no Hearts players on the end of those passes. It seemed like all of his team-mates were in the wrong with only the Hearts Number 51 understanding the game.

After 58 minutes with Celtic leading 3-0 Steven Naismith did the decent thing in substituting his on loan Ibrox starlet, he left the pitch in a daze after being completely outplayed by his opponents.

There is some good news for Hearts fans over the next two weekends with their team playing against Lowry’s parent club although some have suggested that a clause in the loan deal means that he must play against the Ibrox Tribute Act.

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