CELTIC FANS will continue to have a reduced allocation ay Tynecastle next season, with the club selling season tickets in the traditional away end, leaving the Parkhead support with only 1,300 tickets, the Scotsman reports.

It’s a growing trend in the Scottish Premiership that continues to baffle me and much of the Celtic support.

Hibs will have a full stand, meaning supporters in the Roseburn Stand will have to relocate for the derbies. This just makes the decision look even sillier and the club hypocritical.

Teams are losing money.

Usually, stadiums in Scotland don’t sell out when Celtic come to visit. Meaning clubs are effectively losing money with empty seats that the Hoops support could easily fill. It’s bizarre that clubs are willing to do that, but fair play to them. Their fans have expressed their disapproval of allowing stands of Celtic fans into the ground, and the club have decided to side with their fans.

You won’t find many businesses that will turn away paying customers.


  1. Celtic are needing to respond in kind, maybe even just stop visiting support allocations altogether and keep Celtic Park for home fans only!

    …it would save the club money for Policing them, and allow some Celtic supporters access to games they might never have gotten to see, and remove the poisonous atmosphere away support bring into our home ground; could possibly even sell more season tickets, reduce that waiting list?

    • Maybe learn the rules of the Scottish league before commenting 😂😂 visiting support must be allowed in you clown.


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