Celtic have a Hampden showdown with Aberdeen next Sunday in the semi-final of last seasons Scottish Cup.
While the chance to make more history with a quadtreble, the fixture offers Celtic more logistical problems in the league.
The bhoys will miss a game in the league while their title rivals play and if they get to the final, their game against Livingston in December will also be postponed.
History making should always be the objective but if you ask most fans what the priority is, ten in a row is many peoples focus.
The Hampden suits wanted this competition to go ahead for monetary reasons. They claimed it was fixtures they wanted to play when supporters were allowed back in the ground but instead we’ll have an empty Hampden showcasing a semi-final which should have taken place in April.
We will be playing catch up in the league as a result. Let’s hope it’s worth it!
To be honest, talk of a quadtreble has been put on the back burner, but if Celtic do manage the feat, is there any way it would ever be beaten?
The final is set to be played five days before Christmas, what an early Christmas present hat would be!