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‘Gio a legend and genius’ ‘the ‘specky tube’ tells us he’s the new Messiah’ ‘same dance every manager’ Keevins in dreamland as he drools over ‘proper manager’ Clement

In Philippe Clement, Hugh Keevins has warned Celtic that they are now up against a proper manager.

A few months ago he was saying the same with the hoops in disarray with an unpopular new manager facing the might of Micky Beale who as everyone knew was the Brains Behind Gerrard.

Under the former QPR boss the Dead Rubber Cup was joined by the Transfer Window Trophy as the veteran broadcaster drooled over a title challenge from Ibrox.

After snapping up Todd Cantwell and Nico Raskin what could possibly go wrong- especially after Beale had splashed out Β£8m signing two non-scoring strikers from Serie A that he had personally eye-balled?

Perhaps a hint was in Dessers and Lammers being relegated last season with the dynamic duo scoring less goals than Ryan Kent.

Keeping a lid on the anger and resentment at watching Celtic scoop up the big prizes has made semi-retirement a painful experience for the ‘Clydebank fan’ although the flow of pay cheques from Radio Clyde and the Sunday Mail will provide some compensation.

All of the glowing praise for Proper Manager Clement has an air of Deja-Vu, whether it was for the Beale Revolution or the Wonders of Gio it is hard to differentiate.

Since the summer of 2016 with his old buddie Derek Johnstone, Keevins has been drooling over title success at Ibrox, even tipping Mark Warburton to put Brendan Rodgers in his place.

And so it has continued, across the city after one domestic match Sunday Mail readers were informed that the out of touch Aussie was Absolutely Not Good Enough. An opinion not shared by Tottenham chief Daniel Levy.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst tweaked the system perfected by Mister Gerrard but came unstuck at Celtic Park, toiling on for 366 days after 3-0 and 4-0 humiliations from Absolutely Not Good Enough.

A similar yarn was chuntered out for Bealemania but the Brains Behind Gerrard never got close to a year in the job after a second defeat to Aberdeen was added to four to Celtic.

Tune in for more madness from the man drooling for the good old days of Suey, Sir Walter and of course the genius that was Sir David, the Sir who managed to uncover a little known billionaire from the back streets of Motherwell.


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