Some weeks back, Rob Boag and Ron Lawson lauded 30-year Hibs supremo Harry Swan.
From the 1930s to the 1960s, the Leith baker turned around the fortunes of the Hibees from a relegated outfit to league champions several times over.
But Andy Walker views the man differently.
The Lochee resident opened: “Swan seemed to be anti-Celtic.
“He wanted Celtic out of Scottish football and, in 1952, he demanded that Celtic be expelled because they were flying another country’s flag – the Republic of Ireland flag.
“He was being manipulated by Sir George Graham, SFA secretary. He was known to have sinister ideas about Celtic and their fans.
“Swan instigated a meeting, the motion proposing Celtic be expelled for flying this flag.
“The Parkhead club put forward an amendment that the flag flew to honour their founders and who was it upsetting?
“Celtic were seconded by none other than Rangers.
“However, they lost the vote and were ordered to take the flag down and ordered not fly it again.”
Andy went on: “Bob Kelly and his board did not accept this and canvassed various bodies that the SFA decision was invalid.
“At a reconvened meeting, it was decreed that no rule was broken, therefore no action was to be taken against Celtic.
“At the end of every season, Celtic would take down the flag.”