Chris Sutton has called for action on the decision that excludes away fans from attending the two remaining SPFL Glasgow derbies.
Around lunchtime yesterday afternoon word seeped out to a number of media outlets that no away fans would be attending this season’s matches although neither club has made any comment.
With three weeks to go until the next clash at Celtic Park it seems too late to make any changes for this season with the clock ticking down rapidly towards next season.
Within the next six weeks fans in the Broomloan Road Stand will be getting asked to renew Season Tickets, when they are sold there is very little room to negotiate larger, safer away contingents.
Really damaging this is for the profile of the Scottish game. Everyone knows who needs to move on this and how it can be resolved… you have to ask why Rangers won’t budge?? It’s pathetic! https://t.co/Ak2u9F3S3g
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) March 18, 2023
Sutton didn’t mention the issue in his Daily Record column but the fall-out from yesterday’s news has prompted his reaction.
There will be around 800 Hibs fans inside Celtic Park today with Motherwell taking a similar number on April 22 but on April 8 for the derby it seems certain that it will be home fans only for the derby match.
the maister says:
March 18, 2023 at 2:51 pm
Well, there you are. There’s Dave king’s legacy to Scottish football, or part of it anyway.
Ill-harmony and discord.
What else to expect from the
“Glib And Shameless”