CELTIC dropped the news today that BOTH Dundee Utd and Celtic agreed to their game on December 30th being brought forward from 19:45 to 15:00.
The game sits between Christmas and New Year where a lot of people are off work BUT there are plenty of fans and especially season ticket holders who work through this period who have now been put at a serious disadvantage.
Some people will say fans will moan about anything but, to be honest, changing a game to a 3pm kick off when it’s not a bank holiday is going to make it very hard for supporters to see their team.
If the club took consultation with the supporters before this, surely this could have been avoided. It might seem insignificant to some but when you pay full price for a TV Season pass subscription then you’re told you won’t get to see a game because of a kick-off switch, you have every right to be upset.
If the changing the status quo disadvantages just one Celtic fan, the club asking for the tie to be moved should not have happened.
That's ridiculous! Many of us are working that day! Please move it to later, to at least 6pm….
— JoeBloggsCity (@joebloggscity) December 17, 2020