We should have buried him last season and instead we've allowed him to swan down to the Premier League as a success in Scotland.Ha, I don’t see a huge amount of hate for him from Rangers fans. Relatively speaking of course. They’re not exactly a fan base that’s reluctant to make enemies.
There's no doubt they create and score chances much more effectively than we did. Some of that is system, some is personnel (Morelos at Celtic wouldn't score the goals Furuhashi does because in 6 years he failed to ever learn how to run across a defence to the front post), my point is that I've been at 7 Old Firm games where Postecoglu managed Celtic and was never wowed or blown away by them. They're a good side but they're not an amazing one.Even with all the caveats Celtic have a very, very effective attack. I’m sure we disagreed on this at the start of the season and I feel like my side of the argument has aged better.
Some success gives him a chance to prove himself again, doesn't it? Maybe a negative record in Europe has allowed him to learn a lot and make the right mistakes. Either way, he has a chance to do something. It will be interesting.We should have buried him last season and instead we've allowed him to swan down to the Premier League as a success in Scotland.
His European record is dreadful and he's shown nothing tactically that makes me think he'll be successful.
City spent £100m on Jack Grealish. They wouldn't hesitate to pay considerably more than that for a player who appears to be an absolutely generational talent. He's the kind of player that literally any team would sign if they had the financial means to do so.For this level of play, probably yes. Haarland is really good. But a bit aggressive.
Haaland is 22, just broken the EPL scoring record and will have very few international commitments to speak of as his country’s team is crap
Arguably the most valuable player on the planet
spoke a little early mr bbI mean, I know we're not exactly innocents abroad as a footballing nation,West Ham condemn the behaviour of "a small number of fans" after Fiorentina's Cristiano Biraghi is hit by an object thrown from the stands during the Europa Conference League final.www.bbc.co.uk