Was that Celtic fans showing how they're the best in the world with their sectarian abuse aimed at the Aberdeen manager?
Bitter even when they're winning!!
- MarioLv 41 year agoFavorite Answer
You know what they're like. Always the victims.
- KaffoLv 71 year ago
McInnes should be embarrased with the direction his deflection has taken. The song in question - whatever your opinion on it - is sung by every single team, just change the manager's name and the one word. And it was started in Scotland by Rangers against Tommy Burns. Aberdeen were a shadow of themselves on Sunday, coming out to win ugly and losing all control. There is no way Derek McInnes is horrified and upset and feeling abused by this very generic anti-competitor song.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Did Celtic ever have a club policy to not sign Protestants? no they did not some of their best players were Protestants, Dalglish and Moyes spring to mind instantaneously, Jock Stein a protestant was Celtics best ever manager, Rangers on the other hand had a policy of not signing a Catholic until 1989 and some of their support resented when they changed that policy
- RyanLv 71 year ago
Typical to only choose one narrative while also typically grouping people