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SCOTT BROWN and Stuart Armstrong were visibly upset after watching Partick Thistle player Gary Fraser absolutely hammer the ball from close range into the Celtic fans.

The Fir Hill player cut a frustrated figure at Celtic Park but with five minutes of the game to go, the player lashed out, kicking the ball into the stands which immediately evoked a reaction from the Celtic Captain and Armstrong who can be seen having words with Fraser.

Celtic ran out 2-0 winners after in a rather low key affair at Celtic Park. The Bhoys have gone 5 points clear at the top of the league in the process.

Brendan Rodgers spoke after the match about the incident and gave Fraser the benefit of the doubt, suggesting he may have only meant to hit the advertising boards.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Surely this clown can not get away with just a yellow card! If that had hit a child on the face it would have killed them! This guy has got to be taken too task , and the SFA must not hide behind the old “the ref booked him” so no more action can be taken! He has got to be “done” , and his club should be leading the way! What a clown, or was it academy of just hating Celtic, as that is what it looked like!.

  2. Delighted with KT and jonny hayes well done bhoys. No excuses! He endangered spectators, this kind of behaviour has to be stamped out. Hail Hail

  3. The benefit of doubt may be given from Brendan, but be that as it may, I would suggest that the natural reaction from a player who didn’t mean it would be to demonstrate his sorrow openly and directly to the fans instead of walking away.
    He did not do that and he did not try to explain his actions to Broony or Armstrong or to the referee.
    His actions demonstrate either nastiness or stupidity. He certainly comes across as quite an unpleasant character. I hope the Jags have the decency to have a word behind the scenes.

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