A whole host of Celtic fans have flocked to Twitter to show their delight at the club’s latest announcement.
It has been a rather positive start to the season for Celtic fans under their new manager Ange Postecoglou, despite crashing out of the Champions League knockout rounds and losing to Rangers, they are now in the Europa League group stages and sit only three points behind their city rivals in the league.
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They have another reason to be happy though as Celtic have announced that they are to release a special lanyard that will allow people with a hidden disability to get added and required support when necessary on matchdays.
A lot of Celtic fans are delighted on Twitter with their club’s latest announcement.
What have these Celtic fans been saying?
“This is absolutely brilliant. Hopefully more clubs will follow suit and incorporate this”
“Delighted! Well done Celtic.”
“This is brilliant. Makes all the difference to people with hidden disabilities.”
“This is fantastic from Celtic”
“I love this club so damn much”
“As someone with a hidden disability who doesn’t look like they have one this is an utterly superb move by the club”
“That’s brilliant! Come on the bhoys in green!!!!”
It’s a huge step for Celtic who look to be a shadow of the club that fell way short of the SPFL title last season as they have made smart signings and brought in what appears to be a competent manager and now they are actively looking to help out their fans more than they already do.
Fans will now be hoping that this positive energy can transpire onto the pitch as they have two big games this week with their Europa League campaign getting underway against Real Betis before they travel to Livingston FC on Sunday in the league.