I have supported Celtic all my life. No choice really due to my Dad being a fanatic and regular attendee. I'm glad of that.
It was the late 70's before I really paid attention to scores and league positions, just after Dalglish had left for Liverpool. This was when Big Billy was managing a Celtic team who had Ferguson's Aberdeen and McLean's Dundee Utd as their main contenders, then a brief spell under Davie Hay followed by the glorious Centenary Year Double. We had exciting players and even the odd top class player who would have graced most teams in the world from Danny Mc, Charlie Nicholas, The Maestro, Brian McClair to John Collins and even the odd cult hero (mine anyway) like Anton Rogan. The common theme of Celtic teams then and under Stein was the style of play.
We then entered a dark period when rangers dominated until MON brought us back to the top and despite what others may say that team could play, maybe not all out attack like the Celtic teams before but they were exciting times again. Neil Lennon gave us some wonderful days as did Strachan but the football had become staid. Deila talked a good game but ultimately we were regressing.
The reason for my litany of a post is to emphasise what a majority of Celtic supporters believe we have now. That is, a manager in Brendan Rodgers who is giving us winning football with a style that, although far from Lisbon Lions style attack, is very pleasing to watch. None of us are naive enough to think we are guaranteed progress from here but I for one am certainly not going to spend my time worrying about next year and what might be but I am for enjoying every moment of this fantastic season now.