Callum McGregor has ruled out inviting the cameras into the Celtic dressing room for a fly-on-the-wall series.
Arsenal are the latest club to come under scrutiny with some strange ideas from Mikel Arteta being aired on Amazon Prime as a season that ended in disappointment is broadcast to a curious audience.
The generation of reality TV has spurned a number of these documentaries, the demise of Sunderland was carefully chartered while Brendan Rodgers won’t ever shake off the image of having a life-size portrait in his home.
Hearts had a heavily watered down version on BBC Scotland a few seasons ago but the prospect of a blockbuster look inside Ange Postecoglou’s first season in Scotland was passed up with fans just afforded the traditional views from inside the stadium or watching media conferences conducted by Zoom.
McGregor has seen it all in 20 years bhoy and man at Celtic but outsiders will just have to take his word about what happens behind closed doors- and away from the cameras.
Discussing former team-mate Kieran Tierney’s role in the Arsenal documentary All or Nothing, McGregor told the Daily Record:
He’s some man, isn’t he? He’s come across really well and it’s good to see him so prominent in the changing room. I already knew he would be, but it’s nice to see him coming across so well on the programme. His patter is still half decent, he’s quite lively! I’m not sure I’d fancy a fly-on-the-the-wall job with the cameras up here though!
Next Thursday McGregor will be watching closely as the Champions League draw takes place as he leads Celtic back into the big time.