CELTIC’S media man Gerry McCulloch has weighed into the issue of Celtic players celebrating with their fans when they win a game.
A leaked memo from Police Scotland revealed a senior police officer was blaming celebrating Celtic players for causing Ibrox fans to act in a moronic and dangerous manner – creating a situation where they hurt the most vulnerable of their support.
Brendan Rodgers and Scott Bain have come out to refute the leaked memo with Rodgers heavily hinting the idiots who rushed the front of the stand should be held accountable rather than any Celtic player.
Now, Gerry has given his two cents with the former Radio Clyde presenter flippantly asking if Celtic should only refrain from applauding their fans after defeat.
Celtic players applaud their fans around the stadium regardless of the result. It show’s appreciation. Should they only do it now if they don’t win? ? #onlyinscotland
— Gerry McCulloch (@gerrymcculloch1) November 27, 2018
The hashtag got it in one – Only in Scotland! Only last season there were batteries thrown at our players, a pitch invader who actually got within touching distance of our captain Scott Brown and absolutely nothing was said by Police Scotland or the football authorities.
However, the sight of Celtic fans celebrating a win is grounds for moronic behaviour?