Celtic Fans TV – Reaction to the Goalless Draw with Livingston

MAYBE listening to the supporters’ reaction to a disappointing result is more valuable than for instance the euphoric reaction to a big win, like our victory in the Glasgow Derby last weekend.

Yet if substitute Oli Burke had slipped that 93rd minute sitter in at the right side of the post, the fans being interviewed would have been once again on Cloud 9 and 8 in a row could have been sealed at Motherwell this lunchtime.

But the Champagne remains on ice and it will be opened in a fortnight or so. We can wait.

Here’s the full-time reaction from what Celtic Fans TV reckon was “a lethargic, very pedestrian, all too familiar performance from the Bhoys today at Celtic Park, which ended in a goalless draw.”

And on that late missed chance…

“An Oliver Burke glaring miss in the dying moments epitomised the form we have produced for large parts of this season.”

Celtic Fans TV discuss the team’s performance against Livingston, ask if we had enough width in the team and ask which midfield 3 will play in the Semi-final next Sunday against Aberdeen. There’s also some opinions on who should win the Player of the Year awards.

Here’s what was said…

Meanwhile Sandman has as usual provided his rather unique and always hilarious Player Ratings and makes plenty of sensible points in his Overall round-up at the end of his piece. Please have a read.

Sandman’s Definitive Ratings – Celtic v I Presume? – ‘Elephant’s Erse, Banjo’

And Celtic Historian and author David Potter has had his say on The Celtic Star – catch up with that below.

‘Celtic’s Bad Day At The Office but we have all week to think about Aberdeen,’ David Potter

And finally here’s Neil Lennon’s post match thoughts on yesterday’s game.

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