Celtic fans on Twitter have been blown away by an emotional video that was released publicising the club’s season tickets for next season.
The video, which features supporters and the likes of Brendan Rodgers, Scott Brown and Kieran Tierney, was unveiled a short time ago on the club’s official Twitter account.
One Club since 1888 🍀 pic.twitter.com/Sd59H1dA62
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) March 30, 2018
Many supporters seemed to find the clip extremely moving, whilst others liked the ‘One Club since 1888’ slogan which seems to be a less than subtle reference to Rangers.
Here are some of the best reactions to the video from Twitter:
— The Keady witch (@kathleenkelly67) March 30, 2018
Brilliant video Bhoys, Makes you proud to be a Celtic supporter 🍀🇮🇪
— Barry Bhoy ⭐ (@Barry_John_1967) March 30, 2018
OMG outstanding 💚 tears tripping me so proud of our Club how blessed are we to be fans ✨💚✨
— Henriklubo (@Henriklubo) March 30, 2018
Bit emotional watching that… 😢💚
— Mark Nesbitt (@MarkNesbitt1888) March 30, 2018
Hit me right in the feels! Especially Tommy Burns’ grandkids at the end. Lovely touch! 💚🍀
— ❌M🍀 (@MaliMeezer) March 30, 2018
As opposed to "One Club Since 2012"
— Brain Spammbot Esq. (@ScottoHarden) March 30, 2018
Tear to a glass eye
— jordan brolly (@jordanbrolly) March 30, 2018
The Hoops return to matters on the pitch following the international break on Saturday when they take on bottom of the table Ross County at Celtic Park.
The Bhoys will be looking to maintain their 10 point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table, but also turn in a better performance than they did in their last league match, the goalless draw against 10 man Motherwell.
The squad has been boosted with the return of Leigh Griffiths, who could be inline for his first appearance for the Hoops since suffering an injury against Hibernian in January.
The Ross County match is the first of three in eight days for the Hoops against teams near the bottom of the table and nine points out of nine should see them all but clinch their seventh consecutive league title.
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