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Celtic Fans Send Message to Steven Gerrard With Banner at Livingston Game

Celtic Fans Send Message to Steven Gerrard With Banner at Livingston Game

Some Celtic fans have sent a message to Steven Gerrard with a banner at the Livingston game.

The Hoops supporters are at Celtic Park this afternoon for their Scottish Premiership clash with Livingston – a game which could take them closer to the title.

It’s been an eventful week already since Celtic’s win over Rangers at Parkhead last weekend, with numerous Notice of Complaints, big public statements and more fall out.

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Gerrard has been heavily involved in it too, immediately calling for Scott Brown to be punished for his actions in the game while also claiming Rangers were better than the best team in the country on Sunday.

Celtic fans obviously haven’t agreed with much of what Gerrard has had to say and some have made their feelings known with a banner directed at the Rangers manager:

In case you can’t quite make it out, it reads: ‘Get well soon Stevie G’.

If Celtic manage to win their game against Livi then it puts the pressure on Rangers not to get beat by Motherwell tomorrow to hand them the title.

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