CELTIC have this morning started rolling out tickets to the Celtic fans in the area historically occupied by Ibrox fans on derby day in the East End.
The club announced on Friday that it would regretfully be cutting back the Govan club’s allocation to just 800 after the third-placed outfit removed Celtic’s allocation without any sort of dialogue.
The club is now in a position to offer these seats to the season ticket holders that are in the area and have given them until August 9 to confirm their seat in Paradise for the first Glasgow Derby of the season.
The Rangers initially used the excuse of their season tickets being oversubscribed and had to take away Celtic’s allocation to appease their own fans demands.
However, shortly after this, the 10k waiting list disappeared and these tickets went on general sale.
We all know why Celtic’s away Ibrox allocation was taken, don’t we?