Date: 12th December 2018 at 12:05pm
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With just 17 days to go until the Glasgow derby Celtic are still in the dark over whether the hoops will take any tickets for Ibrox.

Questions have been raised about the issue since the summer when in a move to appease furious home the Ibrox club announced that all away supporters would be given 800 tickets, wedged in-between the Govan Stand and the Stand.

Most visiting supporters using that area experience a degree of hostility which usually consists of spitting and missile throwing.

Police contacted UEFA requesting a reduction in the 5% rule that visiting are entitled to due to issues involved with controlling the home support.

Various rumours have emerged since told shareholders that the club had safety concerns over taking 800 tickets with meeting believed to have been held at Ibrox between the two clubs and Police Scotland.

While many supporters have stated that they hope the club refuses tickets there are clearly thousands of that want to go to Ibrox at the end of this month.

Many of those supporters have been to two or more European away matches this season, getting told that they can’t attend a match in their home city will be a major decision for the club to make.