Celtic might be about to conduct further renovation work on their Parkhead stadium by installing a giant rotating screen outside the entrance.
According to planning application documents on the Glasgow City Council website, the Hoops have applied to install an 8 metre by 4 metre screen which will be displayed 3 metres off the ground at the top of the Celtic Way.
The screen’s description sounds similar to the one installed by Norwich City during the summer, although theirs actually takes pride of place next to the pitch, and is likely to be a lot like the screen found at Ascot:
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Primarily, Norwich’s display unit tends to be used by advertisers and by the club to inform fans of team news and any other important information.
The potentially costly addition to the Celtic Park facade comes just over two years since the club ploughed thousands of pounds into transforming their London Road entrance into the Celtic Way.
But what will fans make of the screen? Would you rather see the money spent elsewhere?
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