Supporters of Celtic have recently reacted to a social media post which was shared on Twitter in relation to Resolution 11.
On Monday, the latest regarding Resolution 11 – formerly known as Resolution 12 – emerged after its discussion at the club’s annual general meeting (AGM) (per The Scotsman).
Following the reports, Phil Mac Giolla Bhain shared a post to Twitter in which he claimed: ‘The board sent a clear message today that they’re ok about the club being cheated if it is part of the “Old Firm” package.’
He also shared an image of former Celtic chairman Fergus McCann and claimed that he ‘would have had [the SFA] in court’.
After this tweet was shared, lots of Hoops fans flocked to it to air their thoughts.
So, what did these Celtic fans have to say about the tweet on Resolution 11?
The chaps at the SFA should be very thankful that this wee guy is no longer at Celtic.
The board sent a clear message today that they're ok about the club being cheated if it is part of the "Old Firm" package.
The Bunnet would have had them in court.#R12R11 pic.twitter.com/LjOsyA8Fvm
— Phil MacGiollaBhain (@Pmacgiollabhain) December 14, 2020
Peter Lawell has been a disaster for Celtic. I’m struggling to think of a time where he’s over-achieved or produced something extraordinary.
— The Star Above The Crest (@DavidNoble023) December 14, 2020
The board say they are doing it for the best interest of the club, yet the supporters want the club to act, so far should boycott any merchandise from the club until this is solved, so if support withhold the £ then it’s better for buisness to act as the supporters ask.
— All Things Celtic (@CelticThings) December 14, 2020
The man in the image, McCann, nicknamed ‘The Bunnet’, famously rescued the Hoops from ‘financial calamity’ when he saved them from administration in 1994 (per Daily Record).
Would things have gone differently if Fergus McCann was still chairman?
No, they wouldn't have
Yes, they would have
The PLC have declared war on Celtic supporters. They’re looking for trouble and they’ll certainly get it.
— Stef1888 (@stef18881) December 14, 2020
The bunnet would not have allowed that cheating mob a second chance
— mh (@62_mh) December 14, 2020
The ‘going-round-in-circles case’ regarding Resolution 11 related to Celtic shareholders’ attempting to have it adopted by their plc board (per The Scotsman).
The root of Resolution 11 stems from the Hoops’ Old Firm rivals obtaining a licence to be Scotland’s representatives in the 2011/12 Champions League qualifiers.
I’m finished. Not a bean more. Rapid decline forecast.
The PLC is not the vehicle that is suitable to the fans.
— The Frimpong Bear (@FeedTheBear1888) December 14, 2020
— Pat McMahon (@PatrickIMcMahon) December 14, 2020
As can be seen in these responses from Celtic supporters, many of them were not happy following the latest reports on Resolution 11.