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Iconic Scotland’s Shame banner makes timely return

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An iconic Celtic banner made a timely return on another day of shame for a Glasgow football club.

Unfurled at half time in April 2008 during a Glasgow Derby the banner has more than stood the test of time.

A month later the people of Manchester were given a taste of everyday life in and around Glasgow, 15 years on the same standards are applied with two news items surfacing yesterday.

As well as being Scotland’s Shame, Sky Sports takes their actions to a far bigger audience.

No statements came out of Ibrox yesterday.

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  • Duncan says:

    The 5 Way Agreement laid the foundation for all of this.
    Frankensteins monster is out of control and it’s too late now for the SFA and SPFL to reach for the pitchforks.

  • Pan says:

    Scotland’s shame indeed!

  • John Copeland says:

    I’m quite surprised that the Sky news item did not say a ‘football fan ‘ rather than a’ the Rangers fan’ has been jailed for throwing a bottle at a Celtic Physio ! I suppose we should be thankful for the occasional correct reporting from the media ….Lucky us !

  • Bob (original) says:

    The coach’s headbutt and the jailing of the bottle-throwing bear didn’t happen.

    Well, still nothing mentioned about these incidents on the official sevco website,

    but there is a lot of coverage on “Gazzamania”!

    sevco has hit a problem: how can they ensure the safety of CFC staff at Ibrox?

    Doing nothing is not an option for sevco, [if only to cover their @rses.]

    Either sevco imposes tough new safety measures,
    or the SFA imposes new safety restrictions,
    or ultimately, CFC has to take unilateral action to protect its employees at Ibrox?

    As a last resort: despite being a member, could CFC sue the SFA for negligence?

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