The Hoops’ stadium succumb to brutal weather in the east end of Glasgow, and part of the green sheet metal from the outer side of the Jock Stein stand appears to have fallen off, as shown in the photo above.
The incident is rather ironic considering groups of Celtic supporters were starting a campaign for fellow fans to wear hard hats to Rangers’ Ibrox stadium for their fixture last month, citing problems with the Govan ground’s roof and Rangers’ inability to fix it.
As you can imagine, the revelation that it’s actually Celtic’s stadium which is need of a touch-up has been rather satisfying to an element of the Gers support:
What's this then? Yer stadium no safe they says ?? we bit a wind and the stade de dump is falling apart ????? pic.twitter.com/lYDIS1HECw
— Davie Hendry (@daviehendry) January 11, 2017
After the news that Celtic Park has been damaged. Media reports suggest Celtic may be involved in a large scale cover up.
— Gregco (@Gregco5088) January 11, 2017
Celtic park is falling down, Jon Toral is going to sign and I have finished work for the day. Rangers Twitter I am ready. pic.twitter.com/W65xcZ7WsW
— Private Aye (@privateaye72) January 11, 2017
Can't wait to hear @LaytonBhoy 's elaborate theory about how it was Level 5 who ripped strips off of Celtic's decrepit old stadium.
— Der Phantom (@Phantom5088) January 11, 2017
So part of their stadium has blown off. Oh the fucking irony. ????? pic.twitter.com/9uQIoCi9ra
— Wewease Wodewick (@Robertmcc13) January 11, 2017
Celtic Park is falling down… https://t.co/F1FyrLFej5
— DougieTheDon (@dougiethedon) January 11, 2017
Part of the Emptihad blew off today ??But it's our Stadium that's needing urgent repairs ?? pic.twitter.com/BaxAxbZAMm
— Ibrox Loyal (@IL_Official) January 11, 2017
— bayernbru (@mclaughlan57) January 11, 2017
— Cameron Gunn (@CameronGunn72) January 11, 2017
@IL_Official hard hats in march it is then? Oh no wait we are not sad Thimmys
— Darren Wilson (@dazzaragi) January 11, 2017
@IL_Official grotesque it looks like it's been built inside out
— wtsm (@wtsmck) January 11, 2017
If Rangers fans do indeed start a campaign for their supporters to wear builder’s safety gear when they visit Parkhead in March, we’ll definitely be sure to let you know.
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