Celtic fans are demanding that their club takes action after the latest example of being treated as second class citizens.
The decision has outraged hoops supporters who have been given no explanation as to why their match was switched and not the Sevco v Aberdeen match.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) October 3, 2018
Did Murrayfield owners have more say in who played in Edinburgh than Celtic FC?
— Electronic Tims (@ETimsNet) October 3, 2018
If you’re that pi@@ed off refuse to handle ticket allocation.
— JustEddie (@edwardrice1) October 3, 2018
DO NOT FCKING back down !!!!
— Thomas (@clydebankceltic) October 3, 2018
that’ll fecking show them eh?
But you are increasingly part of the problem as to why the game is so badly run in Scotland
Grow a set ffs!
— NTHMalcontent (@NTH_Malcontent) October 3, 2018
Time to stand up and fight the corruption
— UNREPENTANT (@sneckietim) October 3, 2018
When does the club plan on sticking up for the support, seems to me the fans give everything with very little coming back. ????
— Tam (@TamMcKenna1888) October 3, 2018
Come on @CelticFC, grow a set for once!
— Tom Murphy???? (@bigtmurphy) October 3, 2018
Ridiculously poor statement that it has no usefulness for stand up and support for the fans.
— LouMun 67 ?????????????????????????????????? (@lfmunro) October 3, 2018
Hearts have now been presented with a neutral semi-final on a ground that they used as their home for part of last season.
Over the last decade the Scottish football authorities denied Celtic a place in the Champions League qualifiers in the 2011/12 season as they pandered to a club that broke UEFA regulations and were licensed despite owing HMRC almost £3m.
From the 2000/01 season until the 2010/11 season the old Rangers (IL) club fielded ineligible players in every competition that they played in without any points deduction- the penalty handed to other clubs for genuine mistakes for fielding ineligible players.