Celtic Fan Asked To Leave Tonight’s Game V Salzburg As Kid Was ‘Singing Too Loud’

Celtic Fan Asked To Leave Tonight’s Game V Salzburg As Kid Was ‘Singing Too Loud’

A Celtic fan was outraged tonight after he was asked to leave their Europa League defeat with Red Bull Salzburg at half-time because his child was “singing too loud”.

Davy Bhoy, as he is known on Twitter, took to the social networking site to display his anger at what he believed was mistreatment from other supporters who told his eight-year-old to sit down and stop singing.

Davy then claimed he was advised to leave the stadium by stewards due to complaints about his child who then grew upset and cried as he made his way home.

The events were catalogued on the Celtic fan’s Twitter account:





Celtic lost the game 3-1 but still qualified for the last 32 of the competition.


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