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Celtic may not have to observe a minute’s silence or play the national anthem this weekend


Celtic could avoid observing a minute’s silence or playing the national anthem this weekend as Scottish FA leave it to individual clubs to decide on tributes to the Queen – after fans chanted ‘F*** the crown’ in last night’s Champions League game in Poland

  • Celtic fans displayed offensive banners against the Royal Family on Wednesday
  • They also chanted against the monarchy following the Queen’s death last week
  • The Scottish FA have confirmed that clubs can decide on tributes to the Queen
  • This means Celtic will not be forced to observe a minute’s silence or play the national anthem ahead of their match this weekend 




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