Former Rangers, Celtic and Sevco striker – and all-round badge-kisser – Kenny Miller has come under fire for claiming to know Celtic’s game plan “inside out”, before his Livingston side succumbed to a result that would suggest otherwise.
Following the defeat, Livingston fans reportedly asked questions such as:
“Can we realistically expect to avoid relegation this season?”
“When will the manager have a word with Kenny Miller?”
“Why is our stadium name the Tony Macaroni Arena?
Despite giving the impression that he knows what goes on in Brendan Rodgers’ head, Miller’s telepathic capabilities appear to require some fine-tuning. In much the same way as you might claim to know what someone is thinking – in the hope that that moment’s random thought would prove true – Miller’s foray into the psychological warfare of football management seemed to lack any substance, or potatoes.
It is unknown however, whether he had no knowledge of the opposition game plan or whether, in fact, he did and decided not to act on it as a sort of complex reverse psychology trick that would make very little sense at all to the average person.
This led some supporters to speculate whether they had witnessed the work of genius, while others argued that his behaviour told them what was already known: that we all know Kenny Miller’s game plan “inside out”.