Celtic boss Ronny Deila racked up even more pressure on himself during the week as his side drew a blank during their league game with Dundee – the same team rivals Rangers thrashed 4-0 yesterday in the Scottish Cup quarter-final.
It meant that the Hoops had only grabbed two points out of a possible six from their league ties against Hamilton and Paul Hartley’s side, allowing Aberdeen to put themselves right back in the mix for the title.
Today, however, Celtic have the chance to get back on track with a victory as they host Championship side Greenock Morton in their Scottish Cup quarter-final.
A high-scoring win may be enough to get some Celtic supporters back on the Deila bus but the high number of empty green seats must still be a worry for the club’s hierarchy.
An official attendance count is yet to be announced, however, they are certainly miles away from the 60,000 bums Celtic Park can sit and rival fans couldn’t wait to mock the situation on Twitter.
That crowd at Celtic park but ????
— croall81 (@Croall1981) March 6, 2016
A lot of Celtic fans dressed up as green seats today ??
— John Budge (@JohnBudge94) March 6, 2016
I see the world's greatest fans have decided to watch Celtic v Morton from the armchair, or perhaps from behind the settee?
— Graham McWilliam⭐️⭐️ (@Fintrayloon) March 6, 2016
Green seats must be the most popular costume to wear to hibs and Celtic games these days , thousands of them
— milky (@credwards12) March 6, 2016
Are there more Morton fans than celtic fans there?
— Andrew (@bluenose_72) March 6, 2016
— Ross Brownlee (@rossbrownlee1) March 6, 2016
Holy shit look at crowd at Celtic game. Seen biiger crowds at Cherryvale on a Sunday morning throw in.
— Connor McErlane (@connormcerlane) March 6, 2016
— DevlinJac ⚡️ (@Jakki777) March 6, 2016
Look at Celtic park it's empty ???? #WATP ?
— Daryl Todd (@DarylTodd2) March 6, 2016
Why are the Celtic fans boycotting the game?
— GazDUFC (hope kills) (@gazdufc) March 6, 2016
Minging attendance from Celtic
— Kyle Anderson (@kyleeanderson12) March 6, 2016
— martin (@martinjustmarty) March 6, 2016
Why are Celtic having to play behind closed doors???? #fans
— Gary Shearer (@garyshearer1) March 6, 2016
Are Celtic fans right to do their talking with their feet? Or should they still be getting behind the team?
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