Celtic’s social media aim brilliant troll at Commentator Tom

TODAY marks 9-in-a-row, it is not the way anyone could have envisaged us winning the title but what an achievement it truly is. To equal the record set by Jock Stein’s side in 1974 is nothing short of magnificent.

This season has been a whirlwind with a title race resulting in a home defeat to Rangers before New Year, sending anxiety through the Celtic support. Commentator Tom of Rangers TV, sent a stinging attack at Brown following the Rangers win.

He told Brown to ‘look to his laurels’. Brown and Celtic went away from the match to Dubai, where they rebuilt and remodelled culminating in a juggernaut when they returned. One draw blotted the domestic form sheet when Celtic returned.

The social media department have played a blinder here by managing to troll as well as revel in the latest title win.

It was the form of Champions and the league was duly delivered today, after the global pandemic meant there was no hope of finishing the season. However, in that time Celtic opened up an enormous 13 point lead between first and second place meaning that the title was destined to come home for the 9th consecutive year.

Celtic’s social media have taken a brilliant jibe at Commentator Tom for his comments following the win at Celtic Park using a photo of Scott Brown with his trophy.

Celtic are Champions of Scotland for the 9th consecutive year. The club have been relentless and baring a couple of poor results, Celtic have been the best club in the country by a country mile.

Commentator Tom and Co will be no doubt keeping a low profile at today’s news, especially after it emerged that it was a unanimous decision by the clubs meaning Rangers voted for 9IAR.

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Born just as Celtic were stopping the Ten, Lubo98 follows Celtic home and away and helps run his local Celtic Supporters Club. He goes to all the games and is a Law Graduate. Has a particular fondness for Tom Rogic among the current Celts and both Lubo and Henrik form his earliest Celtic memories.

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