Celtic endured a tough outing in Rotterdam, concluding the match with only nine players, following the dismissals of Lagerbielke and Holm.

Soccer Football – Champions League – Group E – Feyenoord v Celtic – Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam, Netherlands – September 19, 2023
Celtic’s Odin Thiago Holm is shown a red card by referee Irfan Peljto REUTERS/Piroschka Van De Wouw

Nonetheless, the spirit of the Celtic supporters never wavered. As the final moments of the match approached, the unmistakable melody of ‘Grace’ resonated from the Celtic end, showcasing their unwavering passion and commitment.

Many fans started their journey to the Netherlands over the weekend. The ensuing days saw an outpour of camaraderie, with numerous videos on social media capturing the joy and unity of the Celtic faithful. Their exuberance and celebration provided a stark contrast to the game’s outcome.

The enthusiasm was palpable from the start, as a pyrotechnic display lit up the away end when both teams entered the pitch.

There are a few positives to take from the game, and you can’t help but feel Celtic are more than capable of taking three points off the Dutch side in Glasgow on the final matchday of the Champions League.


  1. Amazing grace! Even more impressive is what you can do with synchronized radiophone flashes.

    Not as if the Green B would smuggle their sparklers in their burds makeup bag on a Ferrie boat or though two sets of Customs to fly there.

    Hooopz finished 2-0 down, two players sent of. The fat lady sang. Nil points.

    So just like normal, but not at Paradise.


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