Date: 28th November 2019 at 5:00pm
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Peter Lawwell addressed the Celtic AGM on “Resolution 12” by informing them that UEFA “don’t care” as reported in The Herald.

Lawwell’s response was to a question posed by a shareholder looking for a definitive position from the board (despite previous consultation) and whether or not Celtic should refer the SFA to UEFA or the City of London Police.

Resolution 12, if you are not aware, centres around the issuing of a license to Rangers to play in the Champions League in the 2011/12 season after winning the league title in 2010/11. Resolution 12 argues that Rangers should not have been granted a license given their financial status at the time and that Celtic instead should have been promoted to the Champions League.

By the SFA granting the license, Resolution 12 claims that the Parkhead suffered financially from being denied the greater rewards on offer in the Champions League.

Is Resolution 12 dead?

Yes

Yes

No

No

These Celtic fans remain unhappy with their boards position despite the stance taken by UEFA and by the looks of things, won’t let it rest.

Regardless of whether or not Resolution 12 is dead, Celtic fans feel let down by their boards apparent lack of enthusiasm for pursuing the issue, it has done little to repair the fractured bond between the club’s hierarchy and fan base.

 

2 Replies to ““The final straw”, fans and board at war as Resolution 12 is defeated at Celtic AGM”

  • Only thing that Interests the Celtic Board is Season Ticket Money and Other Revenues of Money.They don’t give a Shit about the Support.Resolution 12 and the board Tells You All You Need To Know.Sevco fans too.Ots all about the Moneys

  • Only thing that Interests the Celtic Board is Season Ticket Money and Other Revenues of Money.They don’t give a Shit about the Support.Resolution 12 and the board Tells You All You Need To Know.Sevco fans too.Its all about the Moneys

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