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Aberdeen’s Shay Logan Not Getting Good Vibes Off Celtic Fans at Manchester Airport

Aberdeen’s Shay Logan Not Getting Good Vibes Off Celtic Fans at Manchester Airport

Aberdeen‘s Shay Logan wasn’t getting a good vibe off Celtic fans as they sat together at Manchester airport today.

The English full-back was born in the city and seems to regularly go there while on some downtime from his duties at Pittodrie.

Aberdeen don’t play again until October 25th – funnily enough, that’s when they welcome Celtic to the Granite City in a top-of-the-table clash.

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So Logan is obviously enjoying some more time off after his side’s win over Hibs at the weekend.

We’re not sure where he’s going at Manchester airport, but Logan is alongside the Celtic supporters as they head off to Munich ahead of their Champions League game against Bayern tomorrow night.

And he doesn’t seem to be getting good vibes from them:

Logan’s relationship with most Celtic fans doesn’t appear to be a good one as he regularly takes stick during games involving the teams.

He was, of course, involved in a racism incident with former Hoops player Aleksandar Tonev back in 2014, which led to the Bulgarian getting a seven-match ban.

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