Gordon Parks heard a caller say he had helped Giovanni van Bronckhorst make the perfect start.
David Martindale admits he saw Giovanni van Bronckhorst following the Rangers.
But he got closer to the legendary Dutch player, who was in charge of the “Light Blues” in the first domestic game of the new Ibrox Gaffer.
Earlier this season, Celtic took the lead with a 3-1 win at home to Van Bronckhorst, Libya’s only win at home so far.
The self-proclaimed Gers fan Martindale’s team staged a show against their childhood heroes, angering a man who called the hotline.
Celtic were seven points behind Hertha Berlin after the incident in West Lot, but a 2-1 win over Aberdeen reduced the lead to four points.
Ian Melrose of Edinburgh said: “We need to look at David Martindale for a long time, who is using a completely different tactic against a club that Livingston’s board and support openly support.
“I’ve been coaching for more than 30 years and his high defensive line against Rangers is 10 people behind the ball tactics placed against the lower block and against Celtic. It’s very clear that this is not realistic.”
“After one European game and one league game, Giovanni van Bronckhorst has already made his mark on the team and Rangers look like a strong team last season,” Bruce wrote in an email.
“The insomnia at the beginning of the season is disappearing and is being replaced by energy and ambition. It’s scary news that Rangers are chasing the 56th title. “
Gordon Ashley, Air said: “If only we had won the Europa League group stage trophy.
“The money difference between the two lower European leagues is almost negligible, with this powerful Rangers now winning one of the ten trophies, while Celtic are planning to close the 115-cup gap they have announced and bring one trophy to three.”
Steven Richardson e-mailed: “Mr. Ashley Celtic, the hotline’s permanent staff, laughs that he can keep up with the top six teams in the four major leagues. The best teams will not lose in the playoffs of the European Conference League.
Danny Robertson, Paisley, said: “Gordon needs to start selling tickets to his one-man comedy show. It’s ridiculous for him to say that Celtic can now keep up with the top four leagues. Did he see the latest Group G? Five against a team that lost every game He only won two games. These facts make fun of his statement. “
London, Alfie Mullin said: “I would like to take this opportunity to wish Celtic the best of luck in winning the Conference Pearl. Who knows, maybe they will get the award as they did. Thanks to the conference meeting, the last Premier League trophy.”
Neil Kinnell, of Celtibridge, said: “As Celtic’s latest European model run is still strong, it may be a good time to call them a parachute brigade. One of the 32 teams that has conceded the most goals continues to improve. “
Jimmy Murray, Edinburgh, said: “Celtic are leading Europe in goals for the second year in a row and have reached the League Cup final, which no one is interested in. Their defense, their coaching staff and their fans are amazing. “It’s a pity I can’t believe how far Celtic are behind.”
“Steven Gerrard hasn’t started Rangers this season, but I wish him the best of luck at Aston Villa. Gio van Bronckhorst has moved up a notch. We should have won by two goals against Sparta. That’s all we have. Rangers will go. Now raise your gear. “
Terry Donnelly, Dunfermline: “Watching Hearts right now is like watching a disaster movie. You know something is going to happen, but you don’t know when. The next three games will show us what it’s made of.”
Lance Little, Erskine said: “Just because you think everything in Rangers can’t be more embarrassing proves we’re wrong.
“The decision to ban them from working for BTSport is very wrong because they tell the truth about who the Ibrox expert is and about the club. This club and the support will need a torch around their necks to get into any discomfort.”