Radio Clyde’s Super Scoreboard programme continued to provide therapy for grieving Ibrox fans tonight.
Last night Scott Brown was Public Enemy Number One for laughing and smiling his way through a 1-1 draw at Pittodrie on Tuesday night.
Kevin Clancy came in for some bizarre criticism as well with Ibrox fans overlooking the fact that he denied Aberdeen an obvious penalty seconds before Ianis Hagi scored the opening goal.
— Tam sellic son (@TamsellicsonIII) January 20, 2022
I’ve always said that the SPFL committee is Celtic loaded, because you’ve got the guy McLennan, you’ve also got the wummin, ah cannae mind her name and also you’ve got Doncaster and we all know where he hings his shirt.
Jimmy from Knightswood took paranoia to new levels as he aired every theory that has been shared on the darkest edges of Ibrox social media.
A variety of theories were aired without the backing of a shred of evidence. Bringing forward the winter break by two games was engineered by Celtic despite the presence of Stewart Robertson on the board of the SPFL while Jimmy believes that Neil Doncaster is a Celtic place-man at the top table of Scottish football.
Jimmy was eventually eased off the show but it is clear that the outlandish conspiracies hatched on social media have many willing believers.