Right you are. I've said my bit to the OP, let's move on.
Edit: I never questioned people's right to discuss it. I questioned whether it was relevant.
If the rest of the post doesn't make sense, that's your problem. I'm sure a lot of people will get what I mean.
Further edit: You're correct, I did ask whether people had a right to discuss it. I would say, "only in the right context". It's a matter of conjecture whether Neil was nice because he has had "issues" himself, or because he's just a decent guy.
That's all the edits.
So are we moving on? Not sure you have yet judging with the edits 😀
You can't just keep adding text to a post and hope it'll all eventually make sense.
I still disagree with your op. As I suspect many will. And have already done so.
Absolutely all of this post and reply, all the crap that comes out is from Levein, an insecure, arrogant, obsessed Hibs hater, who shows no tespect for anyone and spouts drivel to feed his hordes of similar minded club supporters. I dont have any ill will toward him and glad he is recovering, but he will continue to be what he is in his mindset and how he presents himself.
Thankfully Lennon is a class above him.
I've had a dream. Lenny bursts into the Royal Inf, stands at the foot of Craig's bed haranguing him and then evades security by doing his Ryanair routine down the corridors and out the door.
It's a cracker!
This has mainly been made into a big thing by the Glasgow media because we are seen as rivals . Wishing someone well Is the normal thing to do, and Iím sure Craig would have done same to Neil however because in Glasgow you have Celtic and Rangers who genuinely hate each other they see it as a big thing for someone to wish someone from there rivals well
Our derby has the same passion & determination to win etc etc but the big difference is after the game 99% of hibs and hearts fans could then sit in a pub or somewhere together and chat and have friendly banter about the game without all hell breaking loose.