Former Celtic striker Kenny Miller has disclosed that he isn’t sure what the answer will be to solve Scottish football’s lockdown problem, the Scottish Sun reports.
Miller is currently playing in Australia, where the season will be completed behind closed doors, which won’t happen in Scotland.
However, he is watching what is happening in Scotland, and isn’t sure what solution will be found to make sure that the season is completed.
“Don’t think anyone has answers”
“I’ll have an eye on how things develop in Scotland. I don’t think anyone has the answers right now” he said, as reported by the Scottish Sun.
“It would take a capitulation from Celtic to lose it now, there’s no getting away from that, but I just don’t know what should happen and I don’t think anyone does” he concluded.
Hoops’ huge lead should be remembered
It has to be said, that many people in Scottish football will no doubt have similar thoughts to Miller. However, what should be remembered is that Celtic are miles ahead – 13 points – of Rangers in the Premiership table.
If the league has to end early, then there is no doubt that the Hoops should be named Champions. Even Miller, who played for both Celtic and Rangers, and is a controversial figure, has admitted that Celtic would need to fall apart in order for the Hoops not to go on and win the title, should the season continue.
Only time will tell how the season unfolds for Celtic, and the rest of Scottish football. We are currently in unprecedented times, and as yet, no one is sure how the rest of the season will develop.
However, Miller and everyone else with an opinion should not forget the lead Celtic have at the top of the league.