Mick Beale’s Gap Closing is a Myth as his Failure to Stop Celtic is Highlighted

Celtic legend, Kenny Dalglish reckons that Mick Beale’s sole task is to beat the Hoops and right now he is failing in that respect. Dalglish was being interviewed by PLZ Soccer and revealed that currently theRangers manager is failing in his quest to stop Ange Postecoglou and his team, contrary to popular claims that the ‘gap is being closed’.

It’s been a hallmark of the mainstream media coverage since the brown brogue-wearing Beale stepped back into the Ibrox doors, replacing the likeable Dutchman, Giovanni van Bronckhorst in the Ibrox hot-seat. His disrespectful manner towards Celtic and their manager hasn’t gone unnoticed and neither has the way in which he left Queens Park Rangers either.

He hasn’t stopped bumping his gums since his return and even had the audacity to label Ange Postecoglou ‘lucky’. His outrageous antics have spread through his squad like a wildfire and Fashion Sakala started shouting the odds before the Viaplay League Cup Final back in February, claiming that theRangers were better than the Bhoys in every way possible.

How did they get on again..?

Well, Dalglish has claimed that since Beale has come in he has drawn once with Celtic and been defeated once too; making it plainly self-evident that he is failing to do what he had been brought back to the 11-year-old club for: to beat Celtic. Their supporters are getting restless and you can feel it with each passing game. They’re just so lucky though that the officiating in Scotland is ever so reasonable with them that they haven’t had any hiccups against the rest of the Scottish Premiership sides.

Celtic players celebrate Kyogo’s second goal. Photo Angus Johnston for The Celtic Star

James Tavernier has been claiming that Ange and his men will see the ‘real Rangers’ too in the next Glasgow Derby and that will be another chance for our Bhoys to wipe the floor with them and shut them up. Then we’ll have the opportunity to inflict more pain as we look to right the wrongs of last year’s Scottish Cup Semi-final at Hampden Park on 30 April too.

Meanwhile, listen to Kenny state the facts about Mick Beale’s time in charge of our rivals so far…

Paul Gillespie


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I'm a Garngad Bhoy through and through. My first ever Celtic game was a friendly against Italian side Parma at Celtic Park, in 2002. Currently a student of English Literature and Education at the University of Strathclyde for my sins. Favourite game would be a toss up between beating Manchester United with that Naka freekick, or the game against the Oldco when Hesselink scored in the dying seconds. I'm still convinced Cal Mac is wasted playing that far back.

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  1. Yes and will have years of it celtic were superior team at hampden and the supporters seen that and that’s it no matter how the media hide it celtic well ahead on and off pitch