Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0 – Stevie O’Reilly 2
Scottish football is in turmoil after a referee with an offensive name made sure that Celtic scored two goals by sending off an innocent player. The referee beat an Inverness Cally side who were playing like Barcelona and had totally out played Celtic until the sending off.
Statistician’s in the Scottish press have proved that Celtic did not even get a touch of the ball until Greg Tansey recently subject of a £55m bid from Real Madrid was sent off. The controversial incident happened in the 36th minute when Celtic’s Georgios Samaras violently through his face at innocent by stander Tansey’s hand. Referee who never seen the incident sent Tansey off after consulting with his assistants Mr Neil Lennon and the Virgin Mary.
The loss of European player of the year Tansey was massive blow to Inverness but they battled on against a rubbish Celtic side who with the further help of the referee scored two jammy goals one of which was miles off side.
Speaking after the game mild mannered Sir Terry Butcher showed all the dignity and humility that comes from captaining the Glasgow Rangers when he said “Our lads stuck in there but after Ki and McCourt came on in the second half we could not live with them. I love Celtic”. After being pressed on the sending off a dignified Sir Terry told the press pack “I thought the referee had a great game”. This was in stark contrast to a snarling Lennon who had to be restrained from attacking anyone within a half mile radius of the stadium.
by William Scot-hack. Chief Sports reporter for The Sun Daily Herald