Padre Pedro has made an executive decision. From now on green boots are forbidden. Everyone who has a boot deal will have to revert to their sponsor and request a blue or orange livery. Is this the best he can do to curry favour with the Lite supporters? Will coming second and losing out at the semi-finals stages (after an improbable run of home ties courtesy of mendacious McRae and his team of fixers) in the Scottish Cup be forgiven as long as the players are not wearing green boots? Why not go all the way and follow the Orangemen’s lead by prohibiting walking on grass? Will Pedro request Kentucky blue grass for Ibrox.? Will he ban playing snooker on the green baize?
It’s petty Pedro. Given that Puma can see King far enough, is the Orange strip sop not available? Your career rests on one game. If you do not proceed to the second qualifying round of the Europa League you will get your jotters. Forcing a change of boots before this critical second leg is absolute folly.
Now ordinarily a game against a Luxembourg Juniors outfit would be a walk in the park, or are these off-limits? Would it surprise you to know Pedro that you have a mole in your camp. Allow me to share with you his insights on your squad:
“Waghorn: lazy fat cunt. Wingers: fannies. Centre back ok but slack.
Colombian striker ok good runner but no real class. Not
improved the team yet. Alves and Dorrans obviously
improvements but as yet they look no better.”
Charlie Miller was at the closed door game v St. Johnstone. His assessment was that Pedro’s squad were so flat and so lacking in tempo that it was incredible. With the hindsight of the lacklustre Progres game, Mr. Miller is evidently a good judge.
One is left with the unequivocal conclusion that the team has gone backwards under Pedro’s charge. Deary, deary me. All those season tickets sold on false promises by that nice Mr. King. Surely a real Rangers man would not be economical with the truth?