Socially distant Celts queued up at the new look club store for the midnight release of the club’s new Adidas kit.
Back in the day it was car showrooms that opened at midnight on July 31 to ensure that the Jones’ had their new set of wheels on the driveway for the neighbours to note bearing the new registration letter.
Am I outside the Superstore waiting for 2 hours for a top I can buy online and have delivered to my house today? Absolutly. Well organised and socially distant ??? @CelticFC pic.twitter.com/TSOVfo1VH5
— Stephen Bissett (@stephenbissettt) August 5, 2020
— Scottish Sun Sport (@scotsunsport) August 6, 2020
Hundreds of socially distanced fans treated themselves to a trip to the Celtic shop where they were dispatching the much-anticipated new kit which has been greeted with near universal approval from supporters.
Now that the fans have their kits and season tickets the next issue is to see when a staged return of supporters to Celtic Park can take place.
Yesterday’s news from Aberdeen confirmed the serious threat of the pandemic but also illustrated how it can be identified, isolated and dealt with.
There seems little danger to Celtic’s match against Aberdeen on August 15 with football clubs operating within a bubble with players and coaching staff being tested twice a week.