Celtic are back in action tonight, the second-leg of the first of four qualifying rounds to get to the UEFA Champions’ League Group Stages.
We are already 3-0 up from the first leg against Alashkert of Armenia and tonight should be a formality.
How skewed are UEFA in the decision making of their qualifying process that whoever wins between Scotland and Armenia’s champions are playing 8 games to qualify in the group stages when there are 26 direct entries to the group stages including 4 from England, 4 from Spain and 4 from Italy, 3 from Germany and 3 from France.
This is not a whinge saying that the above is not fair. If that’s how UEFA want to play the game then that’s up to them.
What am I saying is that this is no longer the “Champions” league and should be renamed accordingly.
Tonight, the walk from Dalmarnock train station along the wide thoroughfare of the Clyde Gateway with the stadium looking magnificent in the distance always brings pride in my heart and a smile on my face.
Mon the hoops.