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Will we win the league?

Discussion in 'Celtic Chat' started by Albian Ajeti, Oct 30, 2020.

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  1. TransferBhoy

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    What I said is Rangers can’t play any better than what they are as they are playing to their max and flying in the league. If you don’t think their bottle will collapse then where have you been for the last 2 seasons? 9 out of their first 11 have been involved in the past 2 seasons in which they’ve completely collapsed. People seem to forget they’ve been ahead after both New Year derbies and collapsed.

    Maybe being underdogs for the game will suit Lennon.

    My point relating to Covid was Rangers haven’t yet been impacted in terms of missing players, unlike the rest of the league.
     
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  2. john2061

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    We need to get those games in hand played as soon as possible as there's no pressure on the zombie players at the moment with the gap at 11 points .
    If they are starting a game on 5 points or get it down to 3 points then there could be a bit of pressure on them and think also they seem to handle no fans in the ground better as the zombie hordes are not screaming at them .
     
  3. stirfry999

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    The league is done * disgrace
     
  4. ddub11

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    Leagues over, unless lenny goes which now seems unlikely.
     
  5. dmccourt95

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    We could be fourth before we kick a ball in the league again, I’d be worrying about trying to win 2 games in a row before the title
     
  6. jocksteinupper

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    I still think we might but it's gonna need a turnaround in form pronto. Like now!! Absolutely no more room for even 1 error. Doesn't look like they'll collapse but I don't think they need to. Even if they draw in an away game on paper it would be back to 3. We need to win every game till we play them and then not lose that game. They're under no pressure 'partly' due to that * * off to Espana. Certainly did a lot of damage and highlighted our consistent form allowing them to get that gap.

    Not holding any hope on the January window. We've just spent a * load of dosh for us and can't see any significant spending there.
     
  7. rudebhoy67 Gold Member Gold Member

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    Know how means * all. Every successful team stops being successful at some point. When exactly are we going to start building momentum.

    Results haven't been great, performances have been even worse, even in games won, and as previously pointed out we "battled back" in those games then crumbled again. There is nothing to suggest any of this is going to change.

    Out of the last 3, 4 even, Windows only jullien, possibly frimpong, can be truly classed as successful, with laxalt looking decent "so far". The rest either inconsistent or injury prone, not good enough or not getting a sniff, and that's a lot of players. Again nothing to suggest we will get the 4 or 5 players we need to come in and make immediate impacts. Anyone that does come in needs to come in early, given there is no break. Again something we do not have a track record for. As for the nonsense about the huns finances, we've been hearing that for years now, its simply not true. They are on the verge of stopping 10, they will absolutely strengthen in the window.

    With the money spent on this squad it should have been strong enough to withstand the casualties we've had. Against the huns for example only really Welsh could have been classed as a back up, yet we were still *. Mikey johnstone, Jesus christ.

    A team playing well in Europe, getting good results and progressing gains confidence and morale. Hoping playing on the Sunday is going to put some sort of pressure on is clutching at straws. As is hoping they run into an injury crisis.

    Its only November and we're 11 points behind already. There's 2 hopes that we turn it around under this management, none or Bob, and Bob's deed. Highly debatable whether a new manager would be able to turn this shower of * around quick enough either. I've already resigned to it, it'll hurt a little bit less when it happens.