Loads of Celtic fans aren’t happy that referee Bobby Madden has been appointed as the match official for the visit of Steven Gerrard’s Rangers on Sunday.
The Hoops head into the match knowing that victory will put Neil Lennon and his team on the verge of an eighth title in a row.
Currently 10 points ahead at the top of the Scottish Premiership, even a defeat may not stop the Celtic title charge.
Still, it’s a hugely important fixture, especially since it could play a role in determining whether Lennon becomes the permanent boss at Celtic Park.
We also lost last time to the Gers at Ibrox, so plenty of pride is at stake too.
Plenty of fans feel like Madden is the wrong appointment given his perceived support of Rangers, believing he could be biased in favour of the way side this weekend.
Whether misguided or accurate, it’s generating plenty of debate, with these supporters taking to Twitter to share their thoughts…
— WE are the people not them! (@gavindoherty_) March 26, 2019
Bobby Madden… If Celtic don't get a quick goal then it will be a hard day. ????????
— Paul (@phford40) March 26, 2019
Denied Celtic stonewall pen in previous game v Sevco ✅
Described Morelos as 'just a bit silly' ✅
Former Rangers season ticket holder ✅
Step forward Bobby Madden, your cheating is to be rewarded.
— Lions (@1967lll) March 26, 2019
Bobby madden to ref on sunday ???????????? as if it was gonna be anybody else . Operation stop 8 is too late ????
— Paul Munro (@Paulmunro18) March 26, 2019
Bobby Madden the worst official that the @ScottishFA have produced incompetent and bigoted only in Scotland is this allowed to happen
— Tommy Bhoy ☘????♂️???????????????????????? (@thomas_bhoy) March 26, 2019
I'm guessing Bobby Madden has swapped his ticket in the away end for a ref strip for Sunday
— Mick McFarlane (@mick_mcfarlane) March 26, 2019
Former Rangers season ticket holder Bobby Madden to ref Sunday’s Glasgow Derby. Another ‘genius’ decision by the morons at the SFA…
— Séan Walsh (@walshybhoy) March 26, 2019
What will Bobby Madden’s #honestmistake this weekend be?
— Fr. Paul Stone (@FrPaulStone) March 26, 2019