Police Scotland have been warned to expect very busy shifts over the weekend over potential Ibrox title parties.
Following incredible good fortune during a global pandemic and unprecedented decisions from match referees and the SFA Steven Gerrard’s side could become SPFL champions this weekend.
A home win over St Mirren on Saturday would mean that Celtic would need to win all of their remaining games to match the Ibrox points tally, if the hoops fail to win at Dundee United the title would be decided.
Just under three weeks ago five of Gerrard’s stars were given Fixed Penalties for attending a house party in Glasgow’s West End but Police Scotland have put their officers on stand-by for large scale law breaking this weekend.
A source told The Sun:
Its understandable supporters will want to celebrate and get together at the likes of Ibrox Stadium or in homes to party. But they need to stick to the virus curbs and not put themselves and others at risk. Officers are preparing for a potentially very busy shift.
Founded in 2012 by Charles Green, the only trophy success in the history of the club was in 2016 when they won the Irn Bru Petroltank Challenge Shield in 2016 by beating Peterhead at Hampden. Two years earlier they had lost in the final to Raith Rovers.