The Celtic fans in the Transfer Tavern are absolutely enthralled with life under former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.
The Bhoys go into their weekend fixture away at Ross County having recently broken their own British record for games unbeaten within domestic competitions. The Hoops’ victory over St Johnstone last time out, where they recorded an emphatic 4-0 victory over the Saints, extended their unbeaten run to 63 games, beating their own 100-year old record in the process.
And Celtic supporters in the Tavern are hoping that the record will continue long into the season to further cement their dominance in Scottish football.
Understandably, everybody involved at the club has been eager to shout about their achievement, and the club’s official Twitter page has been no exception to the rule.
Earlier this morning, the Celtic page were busy drawing comparisons between their unbeaten run and the 14-match unbeaten run that American basketball team Boston Celtics are on right now.
14 games unbeaten @celtics
Must be something in the name… https://t.co/3JwjtPe9pQ
— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 17, 2017
A handful of the Celtic fans appear to be revelling in their side’s recent run of form and have responded to the tweet with a hint of an arrogant streak, whilst the other respondents seem to be consumed with embarrassment and thus urged the club to delete the post.
Here’s what the fans had to say in response to the club’s Twitter post…
That's no way to describe Bayern and PSG.
— BalladofCurtisLoew (@SkynyrdScotland) November 17, 2017
Wowwww it's a little bit early to be this raging is it not? You appear absolutely seething and jealous. It's ok to talk about it. Chin up mate.
— Stand Up For Celtic (@StandForCeltic) November 17, 2017
Mon the Celts
— Jordi (@jordibhoy) November 17, 2017
Scott Brown would backpocket Kyrie Irving easily.
— Aodh Ó Coinn
Glad that the football team and basketball team I support are doing so well
— ABSOULTE UNIT (@TakeThisLpls) November 17, 2017
Good to see the boys from Boston doing the business too!
— punk (@punkboxer1) November 17, 2017
Amateurs? Like the farmers Celtic play against
— Jack Hackney (@JackHackneyx) November 17, 2017
— Stephen (@stephenhanley_) November 17, 2017
— Decky (@EireDeaglan) November 17, 2017
Celtic fans… what do you think? Let us know!