Date: 3rd October 2018 at 7:39pm
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Celtic fans turned on after he applauded the decision to switch the semi-final with Hearts from Hampden to Murrayfield.

Plenty of long distance supporters had booked travel and accommodation for an evening match in Glasgow will now have to pay extra to change their arrangements or miss out on the match.

As part of the BT Sport team Sutton has a vested interest in the issue which has worked in favour of Aberdeen and Hearts fans with Celtic supporters inconvenienced.

Last season Celtic supporters were left outside of their Betfred Cup semi-final against Hibs while the Edinburgh club barely half sold their allocation of tickets.

Now the SPFL, ie supporters attending the matches, will have to shell out to the Scottish Rugby Union before the pooled gate money is split between the four competing clubs.

Murrayfield has no history of hosting segregated football matches with the SPFL having to prepare for a crowd of 60,000 although many Celtic fans are considering staying away in protest.