“Two thirds” – Celtic chief makes up a treble

“Two thirds” – Celtic chief makes up a treble
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)

Dermot Desmond has today revealed he’s happy to conjure trophies out of thin air.

Celtic’s majority shareholder apparently gave a chat to Celtic’s TV channel and said 2014 was fine and labelled the season as ‘two thirds’ of a treble.

In a comment or two likely to play to the galleries he made up a treble out of the ether in a new Seville calculator.

Here’s what he said:

“You may say we should’ve got rid of the manager earlier on, the manager was an outstanding player for Celtic that won the league in his own right in his first period as manager of Celtic. He’d basically won two Trebles, if you want to call it a Treble and two thirds.”

Yes, two thirds is slightly more accurate Desmond. Not a treble.

We’ll never forget how cruelly Rangers were robbed of the chance to pull the gap back in 2020, especially given the superb run we went on in the Spring of 2019, and Celtic are quite happy to make up titles and trophies to suit themselves. As we saw from that vote.

And now their chief honcho has confirmed that mentality himself.

Brass neck.

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