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14th Dec, 2017 | 2:50pm

'Madness', 'Shocking' - Celtic fans rage on Twitter at Zenit announcement

Celtic supporters have taken to social media to rage about the money is club is charging fans to attend the Europa League last 32 match against Zenit St Petersburg.

The Hoops announced on their official Twitter account that season ticket holders would be charged £35 for the game, a move that has not gone down very well with supporters, with one claiming that the club only care about “profiteering…nothing else”.

Some fans are particularly unhappy because they already had to pay big money to watch Celtic’s three home Champions League matches this season.

Here are some of the best reactions to the ticket price on Twitter:

The Hoops earned the right to play in Europe after Christmas for the first time in three years after finishing third in their Champions League group.

Celtic lost all three of their group stage matches at home this season, they’ll be hoping to fare better in the first leg of the tie against the team currently managed by Roberto Mancini.

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In domestic news, the Hoops remain five points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership following their recent 3-1 victory over Hamilton.

The Bhoys also have a game in hand over nearest challengers Rangers and Aberdeen, and will be looking to extend their lead at the top of the table before the January winter break.

In other Celtic news, James Forrest admitted that the Hoops were relieved to defeat Hamilton after some indifferent results.

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