Aberdeen beat Motherwell 3-1 last night in a game that literally might as well not have taken place.
The inconsequential result, which narrowed the gap, which will obviously never be closed, to second place Rangers, left players wondering why they even bothered.
Motherwell manager, Mark McGhee, said “I almost left at half time.
“I started saying to the lads that they needed work harder off the ball, but then I realised I just didn’t care.”
A representative from the SPL seemed surprised to learn that the match between the two no-hopers had taken place, but had been busy planning May’s trophy presentation at Celtic Park.
The match was witnessed by three dog walkers and their dogs (total 6), who walked past the gap between the west and south stands.