Two days after the result of the General Election the Green Brigade made their views crystal clear.
The phrase ‘A club open to all’ is often trotted out but equally Celtic like to label themselves as ‘More than a club’.
To many supporters that means a club with a conscience, one that looks out for the disadvantaged and under-privileged, the sort of people that suffer most under a Tory Government.
After political banners were unfurled at the Europa League match against Lazio the Celtic board decided to close the section of the rail-seating that houses the Green Brigade for the match against Lazio.
Today’s banners may reopen old wounds with the board- as well as sparking massive debate over whether it is a Club Open To All or More Than a Club.
Green Brigade banner from Celtic Park today. pic.twitter.com/Yppk2U0lNP
— James Doleman (@jamesdoleman) December 15, 2019
That sentiment echoing around Celtic Park
— StMiley (@StMiley) December 15, 2019
My mates a prod and votes Tory Follows Celtic everywhere Began supporting Celtic because of his Dad and despised huns sectarian policy I am a Roman Catholic SNP member I champion the heritage of our club We have had some great players who voted Tory or were Freemasons. Accept it
— Milkybar (@milkybar_p3) December 15, 2019
We’re supposed to be a club open to all – we can’t excluding any group – even Tories
— Modge (@ModgePKR) December 15, 2019
The best fans in the world #NotMyPrimeMinister
— Jim Jones (@HalfManHalfLard) December 15, 2019
I hate the Tories as much as the next guy but we’re supposed to be a club who welcomes everyone
— Donnie ????????????????????? (@donnies190584) December 15, 2019