Celtic were the latest club to issue a response to the ongoing – and ever increasing – drama surrounding the coronavirus which is now a serious threat to the unprecedented dominance of the Parkhead club in Scottish football.
#CelticFC has outlined some measures it has taken in light of the ongoing issues concerning Coronavirus.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) March 10, 2020
The Herald reported that all players and staff are to avoid contact with members of the public to minimise their chances of becoming affected by the virus and avoid the catastrophe that would be the Scottish football season been unable to be completed as feared by the SFA.
Celtic are miles in front of all their nearest “rivals” and it would be a travesty were they not able to claim their rightful place on the throne as Scottish Premiership champions for the ninth consecutive season.
Are the facilities at Celtic Park adequate in relation to season ticket prices?
Fans of the Hoops took to Twitter in response to the club’s advice and guidance with many demanding that they practised what the preached.
Water in the toilets that isnae either freezing or melt the hauns aff ye temperatures wid help lads xox
— Georgios Stepharas (@chibchenko) March 10, 2020
You don’t even have hot running water in the toilets but charging over 600 for a season ticket what chance do we have
— celts for change 2 (@CeltsForChange2) March 10, 2020
What about fans who PAY to be there & have no warm water or soap in the toilets & get tiny bottles of sanitizer taken off them at the turnstiles.. 🤔 @CelticFCSLO still no response from my earlier tweet from the club or the stadium twitter 👎🏼
— ᴋᴇʀʀɪ-ᴀɴɴ ᴅᴏᴄʜᴇʀᴛʏ (@KerriDocherty) March 10, 2020
Hot running water and paper towels in the toilets might be a good start
— Paul (@p_mcshane) March 10, 2020
In all time I’ve been going to games there’s never been hot water or soap in ladies toilets . Please rectify this . Perfect time .
— pat gow 🍀🍀🍀🏴🏴🇵🇸🇵🇸 (@ticgran) March 10, 2020
Some hot water in the bogs would be a start along with plenty soap and paper towels
— Bernie ☘💚 (@celticghirl_75) March 10, 2020
If Celtic fans get to attend Parkhead for another fixture this season, how serious the board are taking their own advice will be keenly observed with these fans clearly irked about the current facilities on offer in return for the money that they put into the club.