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We need to be ruthless, get him out Sharon, it’s him or me- fury of an angry bear on SSB

Angry bears filled the phone lines at Super Scoreboard last night as they queued up to express their shock and horror over a 3-1 home defeat from Aberdeen.

When the Gullible & Deluded see the light there is no way back but getting rid of Micky Beale and appointing his successor is going to be a costly business.

The terms of Beale’s contract aren’t known but after securing a deal through to 2026 his agent will surely have covered all corners for a manager with just 21 games under his belt, outstanding training sessions don’t count even for the Brains Behind Gerrard.

Drawing 2-2 at home to Celtic in January was largely forgiven as it took away some of the hurt of losing 4-0 across the city, next time around Mister Beale would have some of his own players in place.

The penny started to drop at the end of February when the team sheet dropped for the Viaplay Cup Final against Celtic. Beale bottled out of starting with wonderboys Todd Cantwell and Nico Raskin. John Lundstram and Glen Kamara started…

James Tavernier was naturally disappointed as he apologised to supporters, next time against Celtic apparently the real Rangers would be turning up.

The Golden Duo were in place at Celtic Park on April 8, the homeside won 3-2 then and as good as completed the Treble by winning 1-0 at Hampden at the end of the month in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup.

With the pressure off Beale’s side won the Dead Rubber Trophy and all was well as they prepared for the summer transfer window and the arrival of players that Beale had looked in the eye to ensure that they were as wonderful as Cantwell and Raskin.

Every one of the summer signings was welcomed as a game changer, confirmation that Beale was a genius, now even more than the Brains Behind Gerrard.

Kieran Dowell was signed up before last season ended, he had played against Beale’s youth sides for Everton, Dujon Sterling was next, part of Chelsea’s u-12 Academy for London North when Beale laid out the bibs and cones. A pattern was emerging.

Alfredo Morelos, Ryan Kent, Scott Arfield, Filip Helander and Allan McGregor left as free agents, Malik Tillman refused to consider a return.

Replacing those goals were Cyriel Dessers and Sam Lammers, players with dreadful scoring records but handed four year contracts.

Abdallah Sima came in on loan from Brighton after impressing for Sparta Prague against Beale’s side during the Lockdown season and doing hee haw in front of fans in the following two seasons.

Quickly Beale disassociated himself with the summer signings. Rabbi Matondo came in from nowhere, Kemar Roofe became the best striker at the club with Ryan Jack and John Lundstram restored to the midfield.

After losing to PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League Play Off the levels of abuse reached new heights of toxicity when Celtic won at Ibrox in front of bears only.

The clueless Ibrox board sat it out after those results but there was a noted change in attitude among the media messengers, criticism of Beale’s Revolution! started to surface.

Four wins and four clean sheets fooled no-one, yesterday’s result was inevitable but on Sunday morning John Bennett and James Bisgrove still haven’t found the funds to pay off Beale to launch an exciting new chapter of The Banter Years.

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