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Celtic Fans Will Love Club Twitter’s First Attempt at 280 Characters

Celtic Fans Will Love Club Twitter’s First Attempt at 280 Characters

Celtic fans will love their club Twitter’s first attempt at using 280 characters on the social networking site.

Twitter yesterday rolled out a 280 character limit across the board after earlier tests with specific users.

And that’s led to plenty of experimentation with being able to say more than what was usually possible with a 140-character limit.

Celtic are among those to take a stab at it – and it just had to be invincible-related didn’t it?

In case you didn’t know, that’s the results of their 63-game unbeaten run – the last of which came in a 4-0 win over St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park at the weekend.

They’ll now be looking to extend that run to 64 games when they take on Ross County after the international break and you wouldn’t bet against them taking that run all the way to the end of the campaign.

If Celtic do manage another invincible season then the 280-character limit probably won’t be enough for their Twitter team.

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