Hibernian boss, Jack Ross believes people and the media ‘underestimate’ Celtics domestic consistency in recent seasons.
As reported by Edinburgh Live, Ross makes the point that even though it may be something you come to expect from a club like Celtic, it is still unbelievably hard to keep up, winning trophy after trophy every year, as they have done.
“I haven’t bothered too much with the European games with Celtic and Rangers, I have looked more at their domestic matches”
“What they have done under Brendan and since Neil went back is win, and people underestimate how difficult that is. They’re a little less predictable in terms of what we’ll face but the one thing we know is we’re facing good players, and a team that pretty much bangs out wins most of the time” he concluded.”
The former St Mirren and Alloa boss certainly has a point. To keep up the consistency that Celtic have in the last few years is such a difficult task.
Winning 11 trophies in a row is something we have never seen before and there is a reason for that, with how hard it is to do.
Some may question the quality that it is up against at times but to keep on winning the way we have is what makes it so special.
The Celtic faithful will be hoping we can keep our winning ways going for as long as possible, especially in this season of all seasons.