Date: 10th December 2016 at 6:52pm
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Fears have been expressed about the ground safety of Ibrox Stadium.

According to a report by Phil MacGiollabhain staff employed by the company are very concerned about dealings with Glasgow City Council and the Safety Advisory Group.

The award winning blogger claims that following Celtic’s visit to the stadium on December 31 safety nets will be placed under the three ‘newer’ stands to prevent anything falling onto fans below.

Over the last few years the grapevine has been rife with tales of how run down things have become with ground maintenance often even less of a priority that paying HMRC

Twelve months ago a match against Dumbarton was held up after a problem with roofing resulted in supporters having to be evacuated. Strangely the match continued after some emergency maintenance.

From time to time the club has commented on the need to apply maintenance without giving any details.

The three stands in question were built around 1980 with small changes down the years such as linking up the stands behind the goals to the Govan Stand and adding extra seats at the side during healthier financial times.

Tickets for Celtic fans attending the match on December 31 are priced at £49.

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