HEARTS have confirmed they have been given an away allocation by Celtic for the upcoming Premiership match between Celtic and the Edinburgh side.
Celtic opened their season with a loss at Tynecastle where the Jambos did not give any away allocation to the Celtic support despite there being scope to do so.
Things have eased up since then and the Bhoys have allowed other away supporters into the ground, slowly but surely.
Hearts have been given 752 briefs for the game and its disgruntled a lot of their supporters
? Tickets for next month's cinch Premiership fixture away to Celtic are now on sale to supporters with 175+ loyalty points.
We have received an allocation of 752 tickets.
— Heart of Midlothian FC (@JamTarts) November 19, 2021
Football tribalism is at play here.
With regards to cutting our allocation and as one of them says, Hearts fans will foot the bill. They could do exactly that by filling their stadium and negating the need for Hearts to give Celtic a large allocation. As it stands, the Edinburgh club knows the Celtic fans will come in their numbers and boost their coffers.
Hearts fans might not like it, and if they’re serious about it then why not fill their stadium.