Brendan Rodgers’ record-breaking Celtic side reached yet another milestone as they broke a 100-year Scottish record by going 63 domestic games unbeaten last week.
The 4-0 victory over St. Johnstone last Saturday ensured a passage into the record books as Celtic broke their own previous record tally of 62 games.
But while plaudits poured in for the magnificent achievement, one person who wasn’t particularly impressed was former Celtic flop Tony Cascarino. The former Hoops striker turned pundit gave a savage review of Celtic achievements highlighting Celtic’s European failures and terming their domestic dominance as “nothing”.
Tony’s opinion no doubt evoked a sharp response from the Celtic faithful who were left incensed by a flop signing raising qualms about Celtic’s achievement.
Check out the the Talksport video and the tweets from fans below –
“Beating Ross County & St. Johnstone means nothing”
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 6, 2017
Tony Cascarino! Where do you even start with that cunt. Stole a fucking living as a footballer and now stealing a living as a pundit. 😂
— 63 and counting! 🍀 (@cfcss85) November 6, 2017
Am too young to remember but when my dad talks about the torrid times in the 90s Tony Cascarino is one of the 1st names mentioned…
— Rachael (@maradoddsy7) November 7, 2017
If Tony Cascarino was in this Celtic team we wouldn’t have the unbeaten record,that’s for sure!#flop
— Cecil Teapot (@cecilteaspoon) November 7, 2017
Many of us spent 1991-92 wishing Tony Cascarino was just a bad dream. His opinions are as welcome now as his on-pitch contribution was then.
— ByTheMinute Celtic (@ByTheMinCeltic) November 7, 2017
Tony cascarino having a go at Celtic what a prick 1 of the worst ever to where the hoops who’s next to have a go du wei
— WEST BELFAST TIM (@SADACT86) November 7, 2017