The Celtic Support is looking forward to another Beautiful Sunday

Will this be yet another beautiful, beautiful Sunday?…

Sunday’s visit to Tynecastle can see Celtic mathematically clinch the Scottish Premiership title. It’s of course already a forgone conclusion, but a win against Hearts will make it official. On Coronation weekend nonetheless, it has the makings of yet another Beautiful Sunday.

It’s not going to easy that’s for sure. It’s a tough venue, forget about our 3-0 win there in the Scottish Cup recently, that was then and this is now. Hearts were going through a sticky patch at the time and since then they’ve binned Robbie Neilson (rather hastily imo) and seem to have turned a corner under Steven Naismith judging by their recent 6-1 thumping of Ross County in their last outing.

The Jam Tarts would like nothing more than to spoil our party, they also have their eye on third place and the financial rewards of European football. So it’s going to be a tough afternoon for us.

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Albert Kidd celebrating scoring goal for Dundee May 1986

Steven Naismith gave everything he had and more as a player against Celtic, that will be no different now that he’s in the dugout. This will be like a cup final for the Gorgie side and they will be up for it, make no mistake.

It’s a high pressure game and Celtic of course have been well versed in dealing with high pressure this season, if we play to our strengths we will take all three points. I’d be more concerned about playing Hearts when the pressure is off, sometimes clubs perform more brightly pressure free. Maybe they will choke under the pressure? We’ll wait and see.

It’s all about Celtic of course and we’ve performed spectacularly all campaign in what could be a record breaking season. Despite missing key players in Cameron Carter-Vickers and Alistair Johnston, we should have more than enough to defeat Hearts and win the title at Tynecastle on Coronation weekend, that would make for an extra-special Beautiful Sunday indeed. One of the best in recent times.

Heading to Ibrox next weekend as confirmed Champions of Scotland will be just as sweet. C’mon the Hoops get it done HH.

Finally a big thumbs up to both clubs who will be wearing warm up T shirts in memory of Marius Zaliukas and Jimmy Johnstone with their respective shirt numbers as they come together in showing their support to the sufferers of Motor Neurone Disease. Donation buckets will also be present around the stadium to raise funds in aid of MND. Let’s hope they raise a lot of money. I’m sure they will.

JustAnOrdinaryBhoy – follow on Twitter @ordinarybhoy

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An ordinary everyday Celtic supporters hailing and still residing in Govan in the shadows of the enemy. I’m a season ticket holder. I Witnessed my first Celtic game in 1988 and have attended when I can ever since. Growing up in the 90s I witnessed Celtic at their lowest, and now appreciate the historic success we enjoy today. I enjoy writing about this wonderful football club and hopefully will continue to do so. I’ve always been a keen writer and initially started this a hobby. My ambition is to one day become as good an author as my fellow Celtic Star colleagues.

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