If there’s one thing Ibrox Noise have noticed in our almost 10 years since being founded way back when in 2011, it’s that Celtic fans are obsessed with our club and our site.
Our social media channels especially are usually swarmed by the green and white hordes on a daily basis, with a ridiculous number of them peering and watching for everything Rangers via our network.
Except, the past five or six days have arguably been the quietest they’ve ever been and we wonder where they’ve all gone?
There is absolutely no question Saturday’s performance and result broke them in a way we’ve not seen before – instead of gleefully jumping on our channels, they were nowhere to be seen.
Sure, a few brave souls still braved Ibrox Noise pages and made defiant arguments that we hadn’t won anything, and factually they’re correct.
But that the masses of hundreds or thousands that usually plague us were almost entirely AWOL is a real eye opener to one major thing:
Celtic fans are absolute spoiled cowards.
Not all, we’re sure one or two of them are decent souls – but in the main, they’re spoiled little brats who have absolutely no balls between them.
After one bad result against their rivals, instead of still indulging their Rangers obsession, they swanned off completely. Demonstrating clearly that they can’t lose with any kind of grace, and more importantly that they fear us.
The one small defiance aside the non-trophy angle is the ‘bottle crashing’ one. And yes, Rangers’ post-new year performances have not been good enough.
But the squad wasn’t either, and we aggressively warned about that in recent years.
This time it’s different, we have quality in every position, with the only arguable exception being striker and even then we score plenty from all over the pitch.
So to quote Delia, ‘where are ya, let’s be ‘avin’ ya’!
Actually, better yet, let’s not. Stay under your rocks please.