Here we are in the second week of April folks, and Glasgow Celtic are swaggering to the title.
Can you bloody Adam and Eve it?
Garry Postecoglou certainly predicted this, very few others. An incredible sequence of events has culminated in an almost surreal season finale, the original underdogs now steamrollering everyone and everything in their path with one single aim, that’s almost touchable it’s so close.
Ange, once again, backed up early assertions that his team peak around the business end of the campaign, by design of course. A blind man could tell you that’s exactly the case for his current club.
To this mind, the big T isn’t the title, but the Treble, that’s how good we look and how much faith I have in our General.
We’re king of the heap, top of the pack, with confidence levels so high it’s hard to see any domestic reversals on the horizon at all.
I now expect the team to win every game, a very privileged position to be in, and never an easy position to attain.
It takes a lot of hard work to reach a certain level of performance very consistently, this management and football team have cracked it.
That’s a fantastic base to build upon.
The fact we are playing with a swagger tells us a lot, not least we are a happy bunch, something very underestimated but very important. It also tells us the players like life under Ange, the gaffer clearly likes being in the job, so a win-win scenario for football operations.
When crunch time arrives, those on loan weighing up their options aren’t in a pressure pot situation, or an unhappy camp where an exit suits best.
A happy dressing room and a manager who delivers surely counts for something?
It can’t hurt, that’s for sure.
Our Swagger is probably driving our rivals and the hacks mad, their problem.
“Sellic Strolling to Silverware” is a headline you’re unlikely to read, even if true.
The current Champions can go all in on Europe, excuses and play, it doesn’t matter at this stage.
They certainly aren’t getting any public hint of a chink in our armour, a potential collapse of epic proportions.
No Siree, opponents are put to the sword with glee and gallus, by whichever players selected, all are stepping up or have stepped up to the plate over the course of the campaign.
Sign of a good team.
But we know they are a good team.
How good? That’s now the question