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Video: Cheeky Celtic Fan Goes Looking For Andy Halliday in Thailand Beach’s Lost & Found

Video: Cheeky Celtic Fan Goes Looking For Andy Halliday in Thailand Beach’s Lost & Found

A cheeky Celtic fan went looking for Andy Halliday and Joe Garner in the lost & found at a beach in Thailand after his side’s 2-1 win over Rangers on Hogmanay.

Franky Dyer is currently in Thailand on holiday and took in the New Year’s Eve clash at Ibrox while there.

And after watching Moussa Dembele and Scott Sinclair score to cancel out Kenny Miller’s opener and give Brendan Rodgers’ men a deserved 2-1 victory, the supporter took to a beach in Phuket to poke some fun at Rangers.

Gers fans’ favourite Garner lasted just 15 minutes of the game before being taken off with a suspected dislocated shoulder, while Halliday had to play second fiddle to Scott Brown and Stuart Armstrong in the Hoops midfield.

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And it was those players who got some stick from the fan, as he went looking for them at a beach lost & found.

He posted a video of him questioning some Thai workers on Twitter and it’s proven popular with some Celtic fans:

There’s plenty of bad build-up and reaction to this fixture, but banter like this is always welcome.

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