Retrospectively I think it’s obvious Lawwell has planned his heist and his exit to perfection. It was never about the football or the vision.
DD’s concept of Glasgow Celtic is typically Irish. He’s an EPL fan and Celtic was his “second” club. When he became majority shareholder after McCann left and up until DDs 2nd share offer in 2005 some significant events occurred in and around that interim period that has led us to today’s dead end corporate impasse.
1,,, DD never understood football. He really believed at one point Celtic (and maybe even the OF) would get into the EPL. When this didn’t happen he lost interest in the football aspect of Celtic as most Irish Tim’s do and hired Lawwell to run it as a secondary business.
2,,, MON showed that Celtic could make it in Europe again but when the EPL hopes were snubbed it was back to the old concepts. MON told us to get used to life in the slow lane as DD lost interest and Lawwell started his heist. Downsizing I think it was called.
3,,, In the last 16 years it has never been about football except once when DD witnessed Scotland’s vile repugnant hun filth on action and decided to mini dope Celtic and as a result we had the Rodgers mini era that may well end in an historic treble treble. That blip in the heist is now over.
4,,, Astonishingly and historically throughout all this Scotland’s vile repugnant cheating filth ate themselves out of existence in a vain and suicidal attempt to obliterate the memory of Jock Stein.
However, the significance of this event was lost on our custodians. A PLC is not interested in morality or football for that matter.
DD blurbed some shite from the golf course and Lawwell has manipulated around the obviously criminal Sevco Phoenix minefield in perfect silence. Anything else is bad for business and the heist.
For a plethora of confirmation detail just google “Auldheid”
5,,, So here we are. The heist will end when 10iar dies.
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