CELTIC are taking no chances with protests on Thursday night and have set up the fence again to keep supporters away from the immediate entrance to the ground.

There was an uproar when the Celtic board implemented the fence last week after protests but after taking it down earlier on this week they have elected to put it back up.

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Are they anticipating another defeat?

No doubt some took it too far but the rest of the supporters on the Celtic way have been well meaning and just want their voices to be heard.

In a time where we can’t even enter the stadium, to be blocked off further is a really physical representation of where the club and the supporters sit.

The superstore will be allowed to open at its usual time tomorrow and you can bet there will be no fence around that.

Celtic are going through a very tough spell but things have been exacerbated by the club’s approach to things. Unless olive branches are extended and the board don’t just talk at the support, we’re going to see more protests.

There will be a protest on the Celtic way on Sunday before the Kilmarnock game at 1pm, all socially distances and keeping within the rules.


  1. Hopefully there will be no protests tomorrow night.lf there’s an organised protest arranged for Sunday everyone can voice their grievances then in an orderly and dignified manner. The support knows it’s happening, so there’s absolutely no need for any spectacle to take place at CP on Thurs evening.
    If a crowd gathers outside the stadium tomorrow they will protest win, lose or draw, that’s a given!
    Some people just love being centre stage no matter what, and if you don’t know it by now, you’re a mug, if there’s one thing the Scottish msm just loves slagging off more than the Celtic team and, yes even Neil Lennon, it’s the Celtic support.
    I’m sure Police Scotland will be more than happy to facilitate them in any way they can!

    Think on Bhoys!


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