The former Rangers and Liverpool midfielder Graeme Souness was speaking on TalkSPORT today and shared his disappointment with the Celtic fans and the club for their actions with the Queen’s passing.
“Whatever I say on this people will say they expect that because I was employed by Glasgow Rangers and I’m a Rangers fan,”
“But you try to stand back a bit and the eyes of the world were on this country in the last 10 days. It is a minority who are guilty of this but also a minority that are damaging the brand of Celtic.
“(Celtic are) synonymous with being the first British team to win the European Cup, great success and an absolute institution in Scotland. Beyond belief. If you’re a Rangers fan it’s happy days.”
“They want the silence to continue. They’re [Celtic] shooting themselves in the foot,”
“They should have been out days ago condemning this. And for everyone who doesn’t like Celtic, the music is brilliant and want it to keep going.
“The eyes of the world were on Great Britain and I have to stress it’s a minority. I have pals who are Celtic fans and are condemning this so why aren’t the club?”
🗣 Graeme Souness: "For everyone who doesn't like Celtic then it's music to their ears, the silence is brilliant, keep it going. They've shot themselves in the foot and they must see that. They are now the unacceptable face of Scottish football." pic.twitter.com/reyL32tQ8J
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