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Celtic social media ends the decade with a whimper and no thanks to the fans

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Celtic have returned to twitter after almost 48 hours of silence following defeat in the Glasgow derby.

Congratulations are in order for Craig Gordon as he turns 37 with no sign of a contract extension with the keeper hoping for first team football to regain his place in the Scotland squad.

Another tweet highlights the closing of the decade- showing Neil Lennon with the 2011 Scottish Cup, Tom Rogic’s Hampden celebration in 2017, the Double Treble bus parade and the recent League Cup winning side.

On the news front Celtic have been under attack on various fronts with news bulletins running with allegations of racist abuse aimed at Alfredo Morelos during Sunday’s match.

It was the fifth time that the Colombian has played at Celtic Park and the first time that issue has been raised. Twice this season parts of Ibrox has been closed for UEFA matches due to racist chanting.

As the decade comes to a halt it appears that there are no words of thanks to the thousands of fans that have filled the ground creating record turnover and turning the stadium into one of the most respected in Europe.

On the club website there is a preview of an interview with Jeremy Frimpong that will appear in next week’s Celtic View.

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