The Green Brigade will go ahead with their silent protest at tonight’s Europa League tie against Real Betis.
After an open letter signed by 250 different supporter groups to Michael Nicholson for talks has been ignored by the Celtic CEO with the stand-off over the rumoured appointment of Bernard Higgins to a security role at the club.
Yesterday the Green Brigade asked for talks to resolve the issue but that plea has been met by continued silence from the Board and CEO.
Reminder for tonight’s silent protest.
We ask for all those opposed to the Bernard Higgins appointment to join the protest. https://t.co/M0Z6FENbMD
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) December 9, 2021
European nights under the lights are one of the biggest attractions that Celtic Park has to offer but tonight’s match against the Spanish side is likely to be eerily quiet.
At the end of October the Green Brigade staged a 30 minute silence at the start of the match against Livingston in an attempt to get the club to drop the possibility of appointing Higgins.
A further 90 minutes of silence is intended for Sunday’s match against Motherwell unless the Nicholson opens discussions with fan groups.
December 9, 2021 at 6:38 pm
Liam Griffin says:
December 9, 2021 at 7:36 pm
December 9, 2021 at 6:53 pm
December 9, 2021 at 7:32 pm
By all means protest, but when you bring it into the stadium and detrimental to the team, that’s when you go too far and lose my respect or support.
I honestly hope the rest of the stadium takes the roof off with the noise and support for the team.
KEEP THE FAITH??
Amen to that! GB have too much to say for themselves! Liam Griffin shareholder. season ticket holder, 60 years a Celtic Fan..
Aw stay away then. It’s not about you lot but you now think it is. If no support affects the performance which undoubtedly it does,then if results dont go our way it’s you that’s to blame.
The comments opposing the brigades actions are the reason why lawwell was able to fleece celtic for years. Passive, obedient fools
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