There might not be any football going on at the moment – club wise – but it’s clear that the work doesn’t stop at Celtic Park no matter what time of year it is.
The Bhoys have got time off apart from the few going to the World Cup in the coming weeks but those looking after the stadium have no such respite.
Arguably, now is the busiest time of the year for them as they have a window to work on areas of the ground where otherwise they wouldn’t and so that is exactly what is happening.
Here, then, is the latest update about the ground work and the reaction to it:
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— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) June 3, 2018
Never mind that Gerry. When we getting the heaters that they have at real Madrid? If its cold enough for them in Madrid then it’s definitely a must buy for us.
— Celtic Underground (@celticrumours) June 3, 2018
Stick another jumper on
— paul the tim (@paulthetim) June 3, 2018
Will we be gettin 3 pies fur a pound like ye dae in Morrisons
— BOXER TOYE (@boxertoye) June 3, 2018
Brilliant, so proud of our club it’s able to keep regenerating & rejuvenating our Paradise to stay one on the best and most modern turfs/stadiums in the World ! Well done again to Peter Lawwell & all who is involved in such forward thinking decisions. Love Celtic
— Gillian Gallacher (@GILLGALLACHER01) June 3, 2018
Good video Gerry, thats the kind of things as a supporter i like to see, keeping the fans updated & getting us in behind the scenes, keep up the good work.
— Peter Carruthers (@PistolPete1888) June 3, 2018
Any plans for the future to put another tier on top of the main stand to bring it up to the same height as the others? Would surely boost the atmosphere and extra revenue for the hoops. It would make Paradise a real fortress.
— Alan Coffey (@AlanSCoffey) June 3, 2018
It should be the same size all round or bigger than the rest since its the main stand.
— Stephen (@Stephen8767) June 3, 2018
You have to admire what they are doing at the moment and by the new season, it is sure to make the stadium look even better than what it does already.
Across the club the work never stops and I’m looking forward to seeing the finished article.
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