Tynecastle has been a source of intolerant abuse for decades. Visitors, including the Celtic support, have endured the most offensive behaviour imaginable. This is ongoing and culminated in our manager being assaulted in his technical area recently.
It is the easiest thing in the world to throw abuse at others while being blind to your own fans’ behaviour. It is merely adequate to criticise your own while pointing out the errors of others, for example – Celtic fans who vandalise are knuckle-dragging idiots – it’s that easy.
We await your apology public to Anthony Stokes for the sectarian abuse he received at your stadium.
My hunch is that you’ll body-swerve this one, that you don’t know sectarian abuse from public comments the Scottish authorities have made illegal in order to “equalise” the offenders, and this intervention will encourage the galleries of intolerance at Tynecastle.
Signing event in Stirling
Joe Miller will be at Waterstones in Stirling tomorrow (Thurs) from 5pm to sign copies of Caesar and the Assassin, Billy McNeill and Davie Hay’s account of managing Celtic from 1978 to 1991, told in their own words to Alex Gordon.
Joe is a great character who worked under McNeill, Hay and Alex Ferguson, and now heads the Celtic Former Players Association. If you’re in the Stirling area, get along and bring your camera.
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