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BBC Scotland stay on message with Celtic bashing

BBC Scotland likes to switch between two different themes in their morning gossip report.

Preferably there will be good news for loyal bears, either exciting stars coming in to sign up for the latest Revolution or, alternatively big clubs ready to swoop and pay out big money for the serial losers.

Jack Butland and James Tavernier are regularly tipped to be on the move, for Tavpen it is a regular occurrence after nine years trapped on the Ibrox payroll.

There is an alternative to that theme which of course turns to Celtic with tales of doom and gloom relating to the club that has won 19 of the last 24 domestic trophies.

The BBC used to stick to their tired and tested newspaper partners to uncover bad news, with legacy media contracting rapidly they can now dig deeper and deeper to dig up doom and gloom for the champions.

BBC Scotland

As this site has stated there is virtually no chance of Caoimhin Kelleher.

Joining Celtic this summer, his fee and expected salary are way out of line for even the top line that Celtic operate at.

Between Scotland international games, 10 days before opening the European Championships in Munich BBC Scotland has turned to TeamTalk to trash Celtic.

With a track record comparable to the accuracy of Tom English that website simply regurgitates transfer trash round the clock.

They might get it right with this one, probably they won’t but with bad news to offer up BBC Scotland are bound to pick up on their latest TrashTake.

What next?

Jimmy Bullard’s near miss from 2010 as discussed on a podcast and picked up by Football Scotland, the digital version of the Daily Record. Enough said, similar content for Smartphone users.

Then the BBC get round to their good news for loyal bears…

It seems that the conveyor belt of South American project signings is running a little dry so what’s better than an unexpected windfall.

This time they turn to the real Record with the news that Aberdeen will have to pay £500,000 plus add-ons for Robbie McCrorie.

At the age of 25, McCrorie has played 21 SPFL Premiership matches in his career and will be out of contract next summer.

Knocking a zero off that figure and hoping that the add-ons come in seems like a far more likely source of funds at Ibrox.

After five out of contract players officially left at the weekend there isn’t a sniff of interest in the deadwood left at Ibrox, many of whom have failed to win the SPFL title under three different managers.

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  • by William Melvin
    Posted June 5, 2024 10:18 am 0Likes

    We don’t WANT this guy Kellagher !!!
    As you said,his transfer fee and wages are way beyond anything Lawwell is prepared to pay.
    Add the fact that he is as suss at his front post as the Sacred Hart was at his back post means we should be looking for someone who can actually keep weans oot a close.

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