Supporters are entitled to vent their frustration, but after a win it’s just plain daft, in my view. Some boos were heard around Celtic park yesterday as the final whistle sounded after a trudged performance against Ross County.
A section of supporters vented their displeasure at the lacklustre performance against the side who sit second bottom of the table, and while they pay good money to be entitled to do so, it seems silly as we did win the game after all.
It makes them look very self-entitled and spoilt, that’s not harsh as it’s the truth. How many sides have supporters booing them off the park after a victory that takes them five points clear at the top of the table? Not many, if any I can imagine.
Yes it was a poor, poor performance, but we did win and we earned the three points. Three points that could be vital at the end of the season. If we win the league, who’s going to remember a poor performance in late January?
These are the sort of games that win you titles, the ones you grind out while you aren’t at your best. They say it’s the sign of champions after all. Yes we have other problems at the moment, but booing the players after a win is not the answer.
Just an Ordinary Bhoy