Supporters of Celtic have recently reacted to a report regarding the Scottish Football Association’s decision not to investigate the Hoops’ trip to Dubai.
Following the recent Old Firm derby, Neil Lennon’s side jetted off to the United Arab Emirates for a warm weather training camp (per The Scottish Sun).
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon then claimed that the Bhoys’ trip to the Middle East “should be looked into” due to the current pandemic (per BBC).
She said: “For me, the question for Celtic is what is the purpose of them being there. I’ve seen comments from the club that it’s more for R&R than training.”
In reaction to this, the SFA has confirmed that it will not be investigating the Hoops’ trip to Dubai (per Daily Record).
This news was shared on Facebook by the Glasgow Celtic Champions page and it had lots of fans reacting to it.
So, what did these Celtic fans have to say regarding the SFA’s decision about the Hoops’ Dubai trip?
As alluded to in the post by the Glasgow Celtic Champions Facebook page, the decision was taken as the SFA believes that it has no case to answer.
The trip was approved by the government back in November and the sanction was due to ‘dispensation awarded to elite sportspeople and teams‘.
Lennon’s side returns to action in the Premiership next Monday, when they take on Hibernian in a 7.45pm kick-off at Celtic Park (per Transfermarkt).
Should Celtic have gone to the warm-weather training camp in Duabi?
No, was a bad idea
Yes, not a bad idea
As can be seen in these responses from Celtic supporters, there was a mixed reaction from them following the report on the SFA not investigating the Hoops’ Dubai trip.