Some Celtic fans have sent a message to the club, and Scottish football, over ticket prices.
A section of the Hoops support unveiled a number of banners at today’s game against Ross County at Celtic Park and it concerned a ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ campaign gathering momentum among fans.
Banners criticising the cost of tickets have been seen at previous Celtic away games.
But these appear to be the first shown at Celtic Park – and they make it clear that the pricing is a problem.
It reads: “Motherwell v Celtic – £30, Hearts v Hamilton – £29, Celtic v St Johnstone – £30, lower prices for all fans, Celtic – set the trend, twenty’s plenty.”
You can’t disagree with them when you see some of the prices listed.
Celtic play Ross County hoping to go back top of the Premier League table, with Rangers not due to play until facing Hearts at Tynecastle tomorrow.
It will be interesting to see the debate that surrounds the banners and if they force any action from clubs.