Date: 28th November 2018 at 5:35pm
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#CelticCelebrations has gone viral after news that a Police Scotland report into the September 2 Glasgow derby clash claimed that celebrations by Celtic players played a part in disturbances among visiting supporters.

The report was uncovered by the Daily Record, the next day the ‘thug-like’ actions of the Celtic players were debated at the AGM of The Rangers International Football Club, founded 2012.

With 59,000 Celtic fans present and 800 visiting supporters Brendan Rodgers’ players went around the pitch thanking the fans for their support.

Season ticket holders had paid on average £450 for their ticket, individual ticket holders had paid £49.

Celebrations are part and parcel of the game with an after-match thank you as common now as goal scoring celebrations.

Over the last two and a half years results in the Glasgow derby has been celebrated whatever the outcome.

Celtic have enjoyed four successive wins at Ibrox, the tribute act has enjoyed two draws at Celtic Park with the celebrations on both occasions on a par with lifting the Petrofac Cup.