Celtic fans will continue to be handed the whole of the Broomloan Road stand for future Glasgow derbies.
Stewart Robertson delivered that message to angry Sevco shareholders at today’s AGM.
An online petition to reduce the allocation of Celtic fans has proved popular with Ibrox supporters sickened by the sight of hoops fans partying in December, April and September since their last AGM.
Stewart Robertson addresses Celtic allocation at Ibrox and says status quo is probably going to continue. Won’t be any change in short term. Financial implications and segregation issues.
— Chris Jack (@Chris_Jack89) November 30, 2017
Celtic get 7,000 tickets for that stand which means that the Blue Order have to make way for their city rivals with that decision leaving them open to ridicule across Ultra culture.
During Celtic’s 5-1 win in April Scott Sinclair was subjected to racist abuse, Scott Brown confronted by a fan emerging from the steward-less Sandy Jardine stand while Leigh Griffiths had a large sized battery thrown at him.
No timeline was given for the appointment of a new manager while negotiations start tomorrow for the new commercial deals to replace Sports Direct.