The 1pm protest arranged by the Celtic Trust will be underway when the team arrive for tomorrow’s match against Kilmarnock.
On the back of the changes in the side and attitude displayed against Lille on Thursday night there players are likely to be given a cheer by the protesters.
During the week there has been a game of cat and mouse between the club with protest banners appearing then being taken away by the club who have also been erecting barriers around the main entrance to the stadium. Fresh banners appeared this morning.
More messages have been left at Celtic Park today.
Tomorrow fans can send a strong message to the board by turning out in numbers and demanding change. After this, the team will receive the biggest welcome they’ve had in a long time.
Back the team, sack the board. pic.twitter.com/NpvMVdij3a
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) December 12, 2020
We were advised by the police yesterday that the assurances from Celtic that the demonstration would not coincide with the team’s arrival were ‘incorrect’. We we call on everyone who attends tomorrow to show support for the team and to focus their justifiable anger on the board.
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With Glasgow reduced to Tier 3 status different rules apply from recent home matches but everyone involved will have to maintain social distancing of 2 metres with a strong Police presence expected around the ground.
The Celtic Trust decided to stage an organised demonstration rather than allow ad-hoc protests which could be dependent on the match result.
On Monday Celtic will stage a virtual AGM with the board answering selected questions.