“Celtic’s season is imploding,” then goal-flash has Keevins spitting his soup

A gleeful Hugh Keevins wasn’t even given the time to finish his Celtic-bashing statement yesterday as Giorgos Giakoumakis did any Celtic supporter actually listening to Clyde 1’s Super Scoreboard a massive favour by shutting up the veteran journalist who shows nothing but contiunous contempt towards Celtic to seek gratification elsewhere and keep the pay-cheques coming in.

“You called it Hugh Keevins, five minutes added on and two to go and Mitchell has poked the ball beneath Joe Hart and that could be a huge moment in this Scottish Premiership season,” the Clyde 1 host said before handing the platform over to Keevins, the pundit who told us last summer that Ange stood for Absolutely Not Good Enough…

“Celtic’s season is imploding. This will be one win in six now for Celtic and they only have themselves to blame. They had all manner of chances, they can’t score at one end and they can’t defend at the other end and that’s a lethal cocktail…”

Keevins at this point is interrupted in full Celtic-bashing flow by another GOAL-FLASH message…

“And Celtic have gone up the other end and snatched it as Giorgos Giakoumakis…”

Hugh Keevins was presumably muted after being left with yet more soup running down his chin and onto his brass-neck.

Incidentally, Keevins doesn’t let the facts get in the way of Celtic bashing to get the coins coming in, Celtic are the league’s top scorers and have also the best defensive record in the cinch Premiership.

As the Bhoy who posted this little moment from yesterday’s Superscoreboard said, “Get it up ye”!!!

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