Clyde SuperScoreboard spoke to Stewart Robertson yesterday, who said that “last season’s curtailment left a sour taste in the mouth” after runaway leaders Celtic were awarded the title after it became clear that the remaining games could not be played. Celtic position was ALWAYS that the games should be played if possible.
🔵The Ibrox board were left fuming when Celtic were declared champions on a points-per-game basis back in May as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.https://t.co/WhWSwGTpW8
— Clyde 1 Superscoreboard (@ClydeSSB) December 15, 2020
Celtic’s lead was unassailable in the eyes of all, but the most deluded of Ibrox supporters, who had even conceded the title prior to Covid-19 striking. The form of both clubs were at polar opposites, Celtic had a 13 point advantage and few games remained.
A vote was held to decide upon how to conclude the season and TheRangers voted for the very outcome that prevailed, as well as digging up their pitch to render Ibrox unplayable. As such, Robertson and his warped colleagues knew exactly what would prevail, but have tried to rewrite history ny changing the narrative on national radio.
This article serves as a simple reminder to Robertson and those who may have given his comments any credence. Some of us do not have the memory of a goldfish. There are numerous articles on everything that happened back in the spring including this one which is particularly enlightening, from The Celtic Star Editor from Easter Sunday.