This was simply brilliant radio. You couldn’t make it up.
In fact, you could, but the fact this happened at the end of this radio show highlighted the call for the sham it really was.
I’ll leave the cliffhanger till the end because if I give it away too early, it will ruin the piece.
On last nights Clyde 1 Superscoreboard, a Celtic fan called Chris called the show to convey his disgust at the Hoops fans behaviour at Dens Park on Sunday afternoon.
Chris called with a suggestion on how to deal with fans that routinely embarrass the club whenever there is a minutes silence to commemorate the fallen.
It was succinct and straight to the point.
A ban for the big games. A two game ban. But months apart.
I’ll let Chris take it away, “The point is mostly about the minute of silence and the fans behaviour yesterday to the ground.
“Now I’m sure that the panel, even the tennis balls, forget the minutes silence [this part is important], was just completely unacceptable.
“Celtic know who these people are. It’s not difficult. We know who it is. The only way to punish these people is a two game ban. [Ok, but what games and when?]
“We’re not that talking about St Mirren at home or whatever. The only two games these people need punished for is Real Betis and Rangers [BINGO!!].
“Because it’s the only way these people will listen. There’s no point in punishing them against St Mirren or Livingston or whatever because it’s clearly not working and they’ve tried all this.
“Shut it for the big games and they stop these people getting in. Because I’m sure it’s the only way they will listen.
“It wasn’t so much the tennis balls thing [it was two minutes ago?]. When the banner went up you can understand it.
“It was the minutes silence [it wasn’t two minutes ago]. See if you go back over the last three, four years, it’s Remembrance Sunday.
“Every year, whether it’s Celtic park, or whether it’s at Falkirk or whatever it’s the same group of fans. They know the group.
“So you just ban the group.
“You know who it is. You punish them for the big games.”
Real Betis and Rangers. Why specifically Rangers? Why not Real Betis and say, Hearts or Hibs or even the Cup semi final against St Johnstone? All massive games coming up within the next 4-5 weeks.
The reason he picked Rangers?
Chris is from Govan.
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