The difference between James Tavernier and Callum McGregor

Celtic’s double winning skipper is preparing for a vital international game, while theRangers captain is posting his highlights of another ‘disappointing’ season littered with failure. Levels…

Callum McGregor led Celtic to a League and Scottish Cup double last season. He’s now preparing for a vital international game this evening against Hungary at Euro 2024 as his country aim to make history.

While his rival skipper at club level, the serial loser aka ‘Captain Disappointed’ James Tavernier has been busy posting his ‘highlights’ from last season on social media.

Tav Celebrates a tackle in the Scottish Cup final defeat to Celtic 

Before watching it, I can only imagine that the highlights reel would consist of a solitary league cup win, and the famous 3-3 moral Glasgow Derby victory at Ibrox.

However he actually celebrates winning a tackle against Daizen Maeda in the Scottish Cup final defeat at Hampden last month.

That’s the losers mental right there and is up there with theRangers releasing a commemorative framed photograph of Ibrox after their 7-1 home defeat to Liverpool in the Champions League.

Choked when it mattered most 

Last season, theRangers as usual choked when it mattered most, and ultimately finished second best in the Scottish Premiership which in the footballing world of Glasgow is considered failure. There was also the small matter of losing the Scottish Cup Final to Celtic, so their dreams of winning a treble ended up having to watch Callum McGregor lift the two main trophies in the Scottish game.

As you can imagine, theRangers supporters are not amused and have already vented their anger on social media, while the Celtic supporters predictably and understandably lap it up.

Levels, Callum. Levels

Tavernier, a Rangers (sic) hall of fame player is nothing but a serial loser as his latest behaviour suggests.

In contrast Callum McGregor is a born leader with a cabinet full of winners medals. And tonight he could help Scotland make history by achieving something that incidentally Graeme Souness never managed playing for Scotland.

Levels, Callum. Levels.

Watch this, incidentally many Bears reckon that it’s a goodbye message for Tavernier…we shall see.

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