Covid conspiracy as Celtic force winter shutdown?

Covid conspiracy as Celtic force winter shutdown?
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 02: Derrmot Desmond is seen during the Scottish Premier League between Celtic and Rangers at Celtic Park Stadium on September 2, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

You know what? It’s the season to be jolly and we’ve heard a lot of conspiracy theories in our time at Ibrox Noise, but the one pertaining to exactly WHY Celtic forced through the early shut down certainly has our interest.

According to online sources (read: the rumour mill) there’s a very dodgy reason the Parkhead bunch made this shutdown advance by three weeks, and we at Ibrox Noise bring it to you, for the banter, you understand.

1: After the cup final Celtic went off to a nightclub to celebrate.

2: 6 players returned positive cases from this, including their goalies and their captain was a close contact.

3: Lennoxtown was shut down hence there have been no training photos, players were missing v Saints and the bench was barebones.

4: And as a result, this is why the shutdown was advanced, to give them time to get out of this pickle and it’s all been kept hush hush.

We don’t necessarily believe it, but we wouldn’t put it past either Celtic to do this following the shambles in Dubai, or to get away with it like they did that one.

Reality is our league government remains corrupt, and heavily weighted towards the green half.

But remember the refs are in our pockets and give us 7 minutes to win matches…

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  1. Blantyre Bear!
    Thats completely out of order!
    The truth is irrelevant or false in these days these times…
    I mean come on these people are calling their first league win their 55th

    Why didnt you mention the conspiracy with their B-team
    Shame on you Blantyre Bear!

  2. This doesn’t need to be true to confirm the early winter break was all about Celtic and their troubles.
    1. It means they won’t play us in front of 500 fans.
    2. It gives time for their injuries to key players like Kyogo, Jota and Turnbull to clear up.
    3. They maybe won’t be playing a Rangers team in the middle of a fine run of form and getting better each week.
    4. We will probably be without our players away at the African Nations cup, notably our main man this season Joe Aribo.
    Once again Scottish football has bent over for Celtic. This was never about Covid which will still be as rife after the early break and we will still be playing in front of vastly reduced crowds well into February.

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