Soccer Football - Scottish Premiership - Celtic v Motherwell - Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain - May 14, 2022 Celtic's Carl Starfelt celebrate winning the Scottish Premiership with the flag of Sweden Action Images via Reuters/Molly Darlington

CARL STARFELT and his Celtic teammate Jota had the misfortune of boarding a flight on Sunday afternoon that was full of Rangers fans.

Both Celtic players had to put up with Ibrox fans singing at them, pestering them as they were recorded and someone even put a sticker on Jota’s hat.

One Celtic fan aboard got pictures with the pair and explained what the duo had to put up with for four hours.

Sadly, the behaviour of the Ibrox fans is not surprising and is absolutely expected. Ally McCoist once got on a flight to vegas with a plane full of Celtic fans, there was some great banter back and forth but he never faced abuse.

Both men were just 24 hours removed from winning the title and holding the trophy aloft inside a packed Celtic Park.

Carl Starfelt had a simple message for their fans after the flight on social media.

RESPECT THE CHAMPIONS! Well done to both bhoys for keeping their cool.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Unfortunately these muppets are all over airports at the minute . So it’s to be expected. But don’t kid yourself. The same thing would happen in reverse , because we too have some clowns also

  2. That Glezgae fishpond compressed. Some Dutch courage and endless, evil upstairs backseats, of the local long distance night service. Put on your headphones and try to ignore the ignorant. And as usual, they will get sleepie and choke on each others vomit.
    But hey hoo, welcome to the zoo.The chimps are havin’ a light blue headed tea party.

  3. Let’s be honest, if it was the other way round would we as Celtic fans pass up the opportunity to give dogs abuse to any of their players being in a captive audience? They’ll just use his social media message as motivation should they win on Wednesday

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