The imagined victories are always the best.
You can achieve all sorts of things.
The Clumpany is still savouring beating Stephen Hendry in EIGHT successive World Snooker Championship finals.
The fact that each victory was achieved soon after riding a Grand National winner only served to made them sweeter.
And then there were the ‘Miss World’ victories.
Which The Clumpany has vowed never to discuss.
Others too have enjoyed some pretty tasty imagined victories.
The board of Legia Warsaw are still reminiscing about their immaculately completed Champions League paperwork, and their aggregate victory over Celtic.
Perhaps the greatest imagined victory of them all however, is Rangers’ victory over liquidation.
Now that’s a cracker!
One to tell their Celtic-supporting grandchildren about.
But it’s never good to keep reminiscing about the same imagined victories over and over again.
You need something new to keep things fresh. Another wee fantasy to make you feel like a Champion!
It is particularly helpful to do this when times are tough, and the future is uncertain.
Step forward Danny Wilson. Who clearly snubbed Celtic purely and simply because he’s a Bluenose who wouldn’t touch the financially stable, Europe-bound Scottish Champions with a shitty stick.
Sweet dreams everyone.
And keep an eye out for the next ‘Miss World’ competition. You never know who might be there.