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‘For those wishing a new manager’ ‘Lack of Investment’ ‘Tillman v Diallo’ Follow Follow turns on their heroes

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Follow Follow was plunged into mourning today as the gullible bears came to terms with their latest Demolition Derby.

Fed the bizarre claim that Giovanni van Bronckhorst had sussed out Ange Postecoglou following a 3-0 hammering in February today’s match was a troubling journey back towards reality.

Celtic’s form so far this season had been dismissed while the goalkeeping shambles from PSV Eindhoven was overlooked as the Tribute Act scraped into the Champions League for the first time ever.

While some fans voiced their concern that none of the ‘£40m Champions League windfall’ had been invested in new signings there is still a sizeable number that will happily accept whatever line their fan media groups are told to push out.

Today’s match was close to a re-run of the February clash but there was no second half masterclass from substitute Ryan Kent to cling onto.

Celtic were the strongest side in every area, they had 11 better players on the park and a far sharper manager in the dug-out.

With Ajax, Aberdeen and Napoli coming up over the next 10 days the moderators of Follow Follow will be busy binning the abuse that is coming the way of van Bronckhorst, transfer guru Ross Wilson, MD Stewart Robertson and the rest of the suits.

Champions League packages can still be bought for £180 with bonus MyGers points thrown in.

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