Frankie McAvennie has wrote for The Scottish Sun about how raging he was when he saw the Rod Stewart banner unveiled at Celtic Park this month.
The after dinner circuit extraordinaire believes the supporters who follow the club all over the world, raise money for great causes and generally add noise and colour to our games should be banned for daring to call Rod out.
The singer cashes in on the green pound while openly supporting a political party that has condemned this country to harsh times – not that Macca or Rod are feel the effects of it.
If Rod Stewart is within his rights to say what he wants then so are the Green Brigade and to advocate a ban on the group for the banner is a ridiculous stance.
The ex-Celtic player openly admits he’ll get stick for his opinion in his Sun Column but doesn’t care.
“THE so-called Celtic supporters who told Rod Stewart he’s not welcome at Parkhead for being a Tory should have their season tickets removed.
“I might need to swap my Santa hat for a crash helmet, but this needs said.”
Macca is another guy that earns money off the Celtic support but is happy to throw them under the bus when the mainstream media throw him some cash.
I’d rather see Frankie McAvennie cancelled than the Green Brigade banned from Celtic Park.
Perhaps he should stick to talking about West Ham.