PETER LAWWELL has confirmed Celtic could reject away allocation at Ibrox in future if the fans saftety is threatened.
The Ibrox club finally had enough of Celtic fans lording it over them at their own ground and brought the allocation down to around 800 with Celtic fans being put in a corner of the stadium where they could be subject to missiles being thrown at them.
#Celtic CEO Peter Lawwell tells club’s AGM they could refuse away allocation for game against #Rangers if fans’ safety threatened. Also says unacceptable chanting is dragging club down. Admits problem getting worse. pic.twitter.com/GYL0EmRV7X— Chris McLaughlin (@BBCchrismclaug) November 21, 2018
Considering we have seen a Gers fan already hit a linesman this year and with unrest in recent games with pitch invaders, it’s unlikely to get any better with Celtic fans having to be ushered in and out of Ibrox under a sea of anger.
Ask any Celtic fan and their preference would be to take up the allocation.
The bhoys always want to support the team regardless of the situation.
It would be amusing to hear 800 Celtic fans outsing an entire stadium.