The Hoops faithful lapped up the party atmosphere in the French capital ahead of tonightâ€™s European gameCELTIC fans took in some of the finest sights in Paris â€“ and then enjoyed a kickabout with their PSG counterparts under the Eiffel Tower. The Hoops faithful lapped up the party atmosphere in the French capital ahead of tonightâ€™s Champions League clash with megabucks side Paris-Saint Germain.
There are set to be several reunions today as former Hoops Anthony Stokes, Efe Ambrose and Dylan McGeouch all start for HibsClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)HIBS boss Neil Lennon was hailed by Celtic fans as he made his return to Parkhead. Hoops superfan and rocker Rod Stewart was also spotted arriving at the stadium alongside his sons.
Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers called for his players to get more protection at airports following the sickening incidentClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)CELTIC checked in airside for the first time at Glasgow Airport today as they tightened security measures following their abuse hell.
@KenGodsman@AberdeenFC@CelticFC 10 hour shifts every day for the two snappers. If you had your worst virus in 30 years (Monday) and don't get antibiotics until the Wednesday, I can assure you my friend it was a tough gig😎😂👍
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