On November 12 he was described as a wee prick as Steely streamed his own abuse straight after the final whistle in the 1-1 draw away to St Mirren.
Sadly it was to be Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s final match in charge of the tribute act, nine days later it was announced that he had been sacked.
Six Champions League defeats had brought a lot of criticism but turning a two point gap with Celtic into nine on the back of points dropped against Livingston, St Johnstone and St Mirren proved too hard to take, Gio was a goner.
Steely let it all go at the final whistle against St Mirren, a few miles up the road he turned into a gushing fan boy as he met Mister van Bronckhorst at Glasgow Airport, thanking him for all of those unbelievable memories he’s provided over the last 12 months!
— Tam sellic son (@TamseIIicsonIII) December 2, 2022
Hypocrisy knows no bounds ? You were absolutely tearing him apart the past 2 months, all of a sudden he’s gave you “unbelievable memories” because you bumped into his at the airport ??? fanny. https://t.co/iEoE26av0c
— João Pedro Neves Filipe ??? (@JoaoPedro1888) December 2, 2022