800 Celtic fans will occupy a small corner of Ibrox this afternoon hoping to see their team get the win. This is just the second visit for the bhoys fans since the Ibrox board cut Celtic’s allocation down to the minimum.
With so few supporters, new protocols had to be put in place to get them in and out of the stadium before and after the game. Footage posted online by Stephen Roberts shows a joyous bunch of rebels singing songs waiting for the Ibrox doors to open.
The fans singing a song that the Ibrox stadium rarely hears unless Celtic are in town – Champions AGAIN ole ole!
— Stephen Roberts 🍀 (@Roberts1521) May 12, 2019
Neil Lennon takes his men to Govan this afternoon looking to avenge the 1-0 defeat back in December. It’s worth noting since that day Celtic have yet to lose another domestic match – that’s a run of 16 games unbeaten. In that run, they’ve clinched the title and got themselves into another Scottish Cup final which puts them on the brink of a treble treble.
The Ibrox club have done very little since that victory – well they’ve won five games in a row. So that’s something.