Loads of Celtic fans have been reacting to yet more aftermath of the Old Firm, as Scott Brown and Steven Gerrard have both been charged by the SFA, prompting a big announcement from the club.
Celtic captain Brown and Rangers manager Gerrard are both facing bans, per the BBC.
The Bhoys skipper was involved in countless incidents during Sunday’s derby, in which goals from Odsonne Edouard and James Forrest gave Celtic all three points.
Brown was the subject of Alfredo Morelos’ anger when the Colombian was sent off in the first half, and he also drew a whack in the face from Ryan Kent later on.
The 33 year-old was the centre of attention after the full-time whistle too, goading the travelling fans enough to lure Andy Halliday into getting himself sent off for a second bookable offence.
The club have issued a statement on their official Twitter account, announcing: “Celtic will defend these charges vigorously”.
Unsurprisingly, the news has caused quite the stir amongst fans, and you can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
Get in. Stick it to the blazers! Actions are more louder than words. Stand up and support Broony all the way. 🍀
— LouMun 67 ⚽️🍀🏴 (@lfmunro) April 4, 2019
Ok Celtic..you have £40m..lawyer up and really take this shower to town..cite every one of their offences against them and get them on the record defending their abysmal record..do not dare go meekly to Hampden for a slap on the wrist
— Electronic Tims (@ETimsNet) April 4, 2019
Cited for laughing off three assaults .
— skelper (@gloriouslytic) April 4, 2019
Fight and win ,FIGHT AND WIN !!!
— TheCelticMatchworn 2018 (@matchwornceltic) April 4, 2019
JUST when you think the SFA can’t get any more ridiculous…….. they go and surprise you to a whole new level!!! MUCH, MUCH higher than level 5…..
— Whosa Ghirlie (@whosaghirlie) April 4, 2019
Good! And while you’re at it, it’s time to start banning certain media outlets from Celtic park as well. Their own personal witchhunt of Broony since Sunday has been disgusting.
— ?Geordie Bhoy? (@Madbhoy75) April 4, 2019
Scott Brown must be the first player in the history of Scottish football to be cited for celebrating with his own fans
— murny7arow (@CelticGlasgow__) April 4, 2019
We the fans & shareholders DEMAND Celtic FC plc stand up to this blatant hypocrisy.
— Rory MacLeod (@OnThe4and) April 4, 2019