He's a nice lad and his heart is in the right place but as I say, he revels in being contrarian and has a really bad superiority complex, or at least expresses himself as if he does.
He hammers 2 or 3 points in every single thread, usually around how nobody can see what he can see, and then eventually gets off for a few months.
I made some fair points in this topic about what it said about our club developing youth if AL left, that as usual because of the narrow mindedness, ignorance and intolerance of some on here got peoples backs up because it was said in plain terms.
I could also say I can obviously see a teacher who condones bullying and says sod all when someone is being ostracized simply for having an opinion.
Alls I ask is for other posters to play the ball not the man. @jamokachi being a fair example of this who doesn't always agree with me but it's no big deal. It's quite ironic that the ones who snipe actually have no opinion on anything. They consistently get away with making disableist comments.
Do you or the mods find a "piece of work" or criticising someones parents acceptable on a football forum? In a world where we are trying to be more inclusive or people from all walks of like particularly those with mental/autism spectrum disorder, it's not only disableist to use the term a "piece of work" but the comments of a downright nasty "piece of work"
Would he say that to my face? No. Little keyboard warrior. Then others who support the same club as me say nothing against it.
I have never had any issues with Celtic fans forums or supporters. Ever. In fact the complete reverse. But some of our fans dont like being questioned or debate and just resort to being outright nasty.
It's an important time for our football club. A time for different opinions/ideas and difficult questions and welcoming everybody. Not ostacizing them.