Celtic are heading into their ten in a row season this week – having spent the last four years being told their rivals from across the city are going to stop them.

You think the cheerleaders down in Govan would give it a rest and just see how things pan out. But there’s no stopping Kris Boyd who actually writes the phrase ‘This is Rangers year’ like it’s straight of an advertising campaign for season tickets since they were promoted to the top flight.

It’s nauseating to hear the sycophants continually talk down a team who has won 11 trophies in a row and nine league titles on the bounce while talking up a club who have done the opposite!

Boyd continues to be a cheerleader instead of a serious pundit who cannot give Celtic credit under any circumstances. It’s indicative of our media that he’s given a platform to talk nonsense.

He says Celtic are much weaker and cites this because we didn’t keep a hold of Craig Gordon, a man who played six times for the club last season.

‘I just look at the Celtic side and don’t think it’s as strong as it was.’ Boyd wrote in SunSport.

‘The decision to let Craig Gordon go baffled me at the time and still does.

‘This new signing, Vasilis Barkas, looks decent, but it’s still a gamble bringing in a goalkeeper who has never played in Scottish football.’

This guy needs to take a day off.