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Ibrox source messages the Daily Record over Glasgow City Council’s Celtic Park decision

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An source has been squealing to the Daily Record about being allowed 18,500 fans for Saturday’s friendly against West Ham.

It will be the third match that fans have been allowed into with the capacity being raised from 2,000 to 9,000 and onto 18,500 after more than a year of playing behind closed doors.

For reasons hard to fathom the club are playing friendlies on Saturday and Sunday with 8,500 able to watch with 4,000 more in 24 hours to watch a Real Madrid XI.

Conspiracy theories have been a stable element of fan culture for more than a decade with the and usually involved somewhere in their thoughts.

Feeding those notions the club has turned to one of their most sympathetic publishers:

A well-placed source told Record Sport: “The board are not happy about this at all. They simply cannot understand why are only allowing them to welcome in 8,500 fans to when there will be double that at Parkhead for a game kicking-off two hours before. It just doesn’t make sense.”

In March and May Ibrox fans caused carnage in and around George Square including damaging the statue to Queen Victoria, no apology or offer to pay for the damages has come from the club.

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