Ange Postecoglou says Celtic want fans 'to be respectful' as Queen's death is marked

Celtic want fans 'to be respectful'

Sep 16, 2022 by BBC News - Scotland

Key Facts

  • Ange Postecoglou's Celtic drew 1-1 with Shakhtar Donetsk in Wednesday's Champions League match Ange Postecoglou says Celtic want fans to be "respectful" when the death of Queen Elizabeth II is marked before Sunday's match against St Mirren.
  • "I am not going to speak on behalf of anyone else's supporters, I will look after our own club and our own supporters and we will do whatever is required as we have so far, I think in a fairly respectful way as a football club."
    • Celtic face banner charge as Rangers avoid sanction * Celtic frustrated by Shakhtar in Warsaw draw 'MY FOCUS IS ON US AS A FOOTBALL CLUB' Scottish domestic football was postponed last weekend following the Queen's passing and this weekend's matches will be the first Scottish Professional Football League games to take place since the monarch's death.
  • "We have still got some growth to do as a football team in terms of playing at that level on a consistent basis, and I was encouraged by our progress, but also know that we need to keep improving in those areas.

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