‘Obsessed’ Rangers fans reportedly catch COVID-19 after going to Dubai to take photos of Celtic players

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Celtic have recently been caught up in a holiday scandal as the players were pictured drinking by the pool in Dubai just days after losing to rivals Rangers.

Celtic now sit second in the Scottish Premiership a whopping 21 points behind league leaders Rangers and things went from bad to worse after their loss to Rangers on the 2nd of January. The team and management went to Dubai for a team trip which isn’t the best idea during a global pandemic but photos spread around social media like wildfire as Scott Brown and Neil Lennon were seen enjoying themselves poolside.

The players and club received serious heat after the release of the photos with many wondering who went to the effort of following Celtic all the way to the United Arab Emirates to catch the Glasgow side with their pants down.

The Celtic Star have done their research and revealed who took the photos and what has happened to them since. A group of ‘obsessed’ Rangers fans nicknamed ‘Operation Stop the Ten’ pictured the players and manager Neil Lennon who were in a secure part of the hotel, in their own little bubble separate from everyone else staying there.

Rival fans didn’t see it this way and hate for the team spread and this was before defender Christopher Julien tested positive after returning meaning everyone on the trip had to self isolate. 13 first team players along with manager Neil Lennon were unavailable for Celtic’s game with Hib’s where they dropped 2 points and will now be unavailable for tomorrow’s match with Livingston. This is yet another major set back for the club in their aim to win the title.

The Rangers fans who spun the media against their rivals Celtic have now returned to Scotland but reportedly have brought COVID back with them with some of ‘Operation Stop the Ten’ beginning to test positive.

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