Saturday, August 13, 2011

The Curious Case of Steven Naismith

The benchmark has been set already, The Huns are going to get everything going again to ensure they win the league. After huffing and puffing at Inverness, Euan Norris could not wait to gleefully bail them out with a couple of penalties to ensure a struggling team was now comfortable. I've seen that scenario with them so often now, I know it better than my own face.

Anyone in Scottish Football knows that Steven Naismith is as horrible a boy that ever existed in it. He does well to keep up a certain image of "innocent wee boy" but in reality he makes Nacho Novo look like Bob Geldof. When he went to The Huns it was rumoured that he was coming to us. People in the know knew that would never happen, he despises us, people who support us and everything about us.

Which makes the fact that he is an obvious cheat and diver all the more fitting. I've lost count of the amount of times he has blatantly dived try and win a penalty. Rarely, if ever, does this get mentioned by the press. Let's put cards on the table here, if Naismith was foreign, and didn't play for The Huns,he would have been run out of the game years ago, diving six times on the way of course.  The fact that he hasn't been and the continual cultivation of this "Wee Naisy" character goes on, tells you all you need to know about Scottish Football.

It's going to be another long season.

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