AgreedThe left back position still being up in the air is utterly disgraceful.
I love wee Taylor for his balls out approach to every game. He leaves absolutely everything on that pitch. If the rest of the squad gave the same kind of effort we'd have dropped zero points this season and we might still be in the Champions League.
Attitude is something that only the individual player can control. Far too many in the squad are simply not giving everything for cause in every game.
When you consider the pay these guys get, running yourself to a standstill during a match should be the very least we get to see happening.
Despite his limited abilities, Taylor is a shining light to the rest of the squad in regards to the attitude needed to be a Celtic player.
If anyone can work out lennons decision making at the moment please let us all know, as haven't seen anyone yet to be able to explain them. All it is doing is giving us on the noise plenty to shite talk aboutLennon said after the game that Forrest had been carrying an injury. Why start him?
He also said Brown had got an injury during the game. “Thought he would maybe have to come off, but he managed the 90 minutes”. Why leave him on? He had replacements on the bench.
Aberdeen tried in Europe -They failed.If at first you don't succeed TRY and TRY again. The world admires a TRIER.
If you were successful then you ran it. If you did not finish then at least you tried. (loser) I am correct. Ask any psychologist. Read my post again but carefully.So if I decided I wanted to try and run a marathon ( stop laughing you) and I'm then successful in my endeavor, I didn't actually try???
Fisiani's point is that you would be telling people that you had run a marathon. You would only be telling people that you tried if, for example, you had got to 20 miles and then jumped on the sweep-up bus.So if I decided I wanted to try and run a marathon ( stop laughing you) and I'm then successful in my endeavor, I didn't actually try???