What a day yesterday was. Relatively quiet on the news front and then the bombshell of the ticket allocation for the next two Glasgow Derby drops.
We all know the background and I will get to that later and a wee tip for Neil Doncaster.
Whilst you are targeting fans for using pirate TV to watch games and helping Sky to line their pockets, why not get your finger out your *rse and sort this? You have taken your eye off the ball. Massively.
Will we ever get back to the days where both sets of fans enjoyed a healthy 7,000 ticket allocation. It looks very unlikely but Hugh Keevins has offered one scenario that will guarantee a ticket allocation reversal.
Speaking on Clyde 1 Superscoreboard, Keevins said, “One will believe the other, the other will blame the next guy, etc, etc.
“I can only repeat, in your ideal world this is a sad day.
“In the real world this is what it is has come to.
“And the debate now is whether it’ll ever go back to being the way it was.
“And I repeat, if Sky Television say, ‘Well, that’s not good enough for us to have one set of fans and no away fans, we’re not interested anymore’, at that point I guarantee a change will take place.”
If Sky do take that approach the collective *rses in the Ibrox boardroom will collapse and they will do whatever it takes to resolve it.
Until then, Celtic should stand firm.
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I think that’s true they’re the one’s who are on sky more than anyone else nearly every week or every week.