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Why We Need to Change
I know I’ve bored everyone to death on here about stories of my wee gang who used to go rotate around Celtic Rangers Motherwell games.
Well we did it again at the weekend. My Gers fanatic mate came to Motherwell v Aberdeen where we met an interesting couple from Aberdeen who travel about to Dundee utd Man U and Aberdeen games.
So whose to say they have a wrong view, they just go to games.
And we are lucky folk like that do. This was her 2nd game ever.
I believe she enjoyed being at the well over Man u


Why We Need to Change
Well now JC we await our own bewigged friends I guess to decide on the outcome.

I can only assume a very very fair procedure will take place .
Interesting.

Ill start a buy JC 120 HB,s fund immediately. Do you favour the yellow legal pad or the book variety?


Why We Need to Change
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“They want to and need to stay the biggest fish in their proverbial shrinking pond even though business sense would deem a dominant 1 or 2 clubs as being not good for our long term league.”
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Inevitably, in a sporting environment, competitors will strive to outstrip their opponents. You don’t need a sport’s psychologist to tell you that you need to focus on your own efforts if you wish to succeed.

So fundamentally the overall competitiveness of a league is not the concern of individual competitors, it cannot be. This is a concern for the apparently absentee sport governing bodies.

The whole echelonic system of competition had its original aim to bring the highest standards into subsidiary leagues that fed European competition. Celtic or any dominant national league club will have to aim high to compete in European competition and when they return to their domestic leagues their standard will have benefited from this experience. Ultimately the clubs that wish to compete with them domestically will have to raise their game in order to provide significant opposition. This is how the system is ‘designed’ to operate.

The actuality of there being dominant teams within domestic leagues is manifest across Europe and probably further. This is an accident of fate up to a point. In other era’s Queen’s Park or Renton might have been the trail blazers that imported the European competition standards that domestic clubs would aspire to. That it should be the ‘ugly sisters’ that perform this function is an accident of timing and has resonance with a deeper history. I don’t think you can filter out such cultural and historic influences; these are bound to be ubiquitous. Barcelona are a big club because of the strong Catalan allegiance to their own cultural independence. However such accidents of fate and history need not be endlessly enduring. Where are Renton now?

Ultimately we can decry where we are now but this is a self indulgent wallow. Despite all expectations, Rangers may never fully recover their recent historical predominance. Things change.

It is a game. Play the game. Results can turn on meagre decisions. The whole tide of history turns on trivial episodes. No point in decrying Celtic, Barcelona or Rotherham. In a decades time things may have changed and the discussion with it. Hobbling Celtic is not the solution. Scotland needs a club in Europe to import that standard of competition into domestic football.
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And this is why I hang on in here, the above is really really what we are are about.
Superb analysis in a very few words.


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