Celtic fans swamped the Hotline as their team move closer to regaining the Premiership.
Ange Postecoglou ’s men are six points clear with four games to go and the supporters are ready to party.
Victory over Rangers on Sunday would just about put it to bed and Peter Lyons, Blantyre , has an idea for Sunday’s game at Parkhead.
He said: “For all the doubters regarding Big Ange, there is no doubt now. Angeball works. Let’s make next Sunday Australia Day. Corked hats, kangaroos, koalas and hail the big man.”
Celtic moved into position with their weekend win at Ross County.
Kenny Wilson, Moffat , said: “A potential banana skin avoided with very little fuss and a good professional performance which should have been even easier but for a host of missed chances.
“We are so solid at the back compared to last season, mainly down to my player of the season Cameron Carter-Vickers.
“We must do everything possible to keep him and Champions League football must be a huge plus in achieving that.”
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Stephen Mulhern, Dumbarton, added: “The key to Celtic taking three vital points was the reintroduction in the starting line up of Kyogo.
“Also I hope Gareth Southgate takes in the Old Firm game as I think it’s a travesty that Joe Hart was not recalled to the recent England squad.”
Eddie Easson, Ballingry, said: “Big Ange came to Celtic and told everyone he had a plan, very few bought into it myself included.
“’He won’t see Christmas,’ they said. He has told everyone the master plan is nowhere near complete. God help the others when he is finished. He has Celtic on the verge of the championship and the riches that go with the Champions League.”
Paul McArdle, Gourock, had a bit of fun as he said: “Scottish Power went down again and they had to reset the power grid. Turns out it was caused by all the Rangers fans turning their TVs off on Sunday at the same time when Celtic scored.”
Gerry Milligan, Erskine, is still worried and said: “Although Celtic got through the Ross County test, I’m still as nervous as a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.”
Rangers take centre stage on Thursday with their Europa League semi-final first leg against RB Leipzig and Eddie Lauchlan, Largs, has a plan for Giovanni van Bronckhorst.
He said: “I don’t understand why GVB hasn’t worked out that Scott Wright is a natural No.9.
“I have been saying to my friends all season he reminds me of a young Marco van Basten-type striker and his second goal Saturday shows that.
“His work rate off the ball is phenomenal and I would let him play every remaining game as No.9. I really think we are missing a trick by not playing him there.”
Gary Stevenson, Newtonhill, said: “Looking forward to another week of European football this week. I see that Celtic’s deflection tactics have started again as if Europe is not important. Enjoy the salmon fishing, Bhoys. Perhaps you should be writing to the BBC to ask for more Dragons Den Episodes instead of writing to the Hotline in another week where you have no representation.”
William Masson, Aboyne, is a concerned Aberdeen fan who said: “Really got to feel for Jim Goodwin with the mess he inherited and the most overrated squad of Dons players I’ve seen in 30 years as a season ticket holder.
“Unfortunately, we are relying on that same squad to prevent derby matches with Cove Rangers in the Championship next season.”
Finally, Kilmarnock’s promotion back to the top-flight led Alfie Mullin, London, to say: “Before Killie are allowed back in the Premiership, they should get rid of their plastic pitch.
“While we are at it, the rest of the Premiership should force Livingston to get rid of theirs as well.”