Many Celtic fans have been reacting to news that has emerged about the future of the club and their facilities.
According to a report from reGlasgow, the club have been granted planning permission from Glasgow City Council to build a new full-size indoor training facility at the club’s Barrowfield training and youth development complex.
The club had already been given permission to make some other changes to the facility, however, this addition could potentially be very significant if it allows the younger players to train indoors and away from the cold temperatures of Scotland during the winter months, while it could really aid their development if it means that their training isn’t disrupted by the weather.
The news was relayed to Celtic fans by reGlasgow on its Twitter page, and it certainly led to some very interesting responses from Celtic fans, many of whom were delighted with the news when they saw it come onto their timelines:
“Not before time. Tommy’s dream has been realised and I hope they name it in his honour. The lassies and the youngsters need top notch facilities to train on just like the first team do.”
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It will be interesting to see what kind of impact this has on the club moving forward and if the youngsters get better as a result of the improved facilities.