Date: 12th December 2020 at 7:05pm
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Supporters of Celtic have flocked to a tweet from Chris Sutton in which he discussed a banner which was recently displayed in protest against the Hoops’ board.

On Saturday morning, the former Hoops striker shared an article of his which he had written for the Daily Record.

The article discussed the recent banner which was displayed by supporters which read, ‘Shoot the Board’ and he slated the fans who displayed it.

Sutton stated that the banner was ’embarrassing’ and claimed that he ‘had to Google it to make sure it wasn’t a fake picture’.

After this post was relayed by the retired frontman on Twitter, lots of fans flocked to it to air their thoughts.

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So, what did these Celtic fans have to say regarding Chris Sutton’s tweet on the banner?

In his post for the Daily Record, Sutton went on to state he doesn’t ‘have a problem with them being vocal or being critical,’ however, what has happened is ‘not enough to warrant the nonsense this past few weeks’.

Do you agree with what Chris Sutton said?

No, he's a bit off

No, he's a bit off

Yes, he's spot on

Yes, he's spot on

Over their last 13 matches in all competitions, the Hoops have managed to win just three times (as per WhoScored).

During that 13-match run, the Hoops were knocked out of both the Scottish League Cup and the Europa League after finishing bottom of Group H.

As can be seen in these responses from Celtic supporters, the majority of fans seemed to condemn the use of the banner.