Celtic fans are livid at the behaviour of Aberdeen defender Shay Logan, who was sent-off after the Dons’ 1-0 win at Celtic Park on Sunday.
The Dons star was sent-off for slapping Mikael Lustig and for getting into a fight with Hoops defender Dedryck Boyata, in an incident which briefly marred the Hoops’ trophy day celebrations.
The player has long had an antagonistic relationship with Hoops fans after former Hoops winger Aleksandar Tonev was suspended for seven games for racially abusing Logan in 2014.
Hoops fans were not impressed with Logan after the game, with one fan going as far as to call him a ‘thug’, and he will probably be handed a long ban to start next season.
Here are some of the best reactions from Hoops fans to Logan’s red card after the game:
Another poor league display. Shay Logan is an embarrassment. Champions.
— Kieran Caw (@Kieran_Celtic) May 13, 2018
Shay Logan should be embarrassed by his behaviour at the end and Shinnie did his best to put Scott Brown out of the cup final
— Nicholas Torsney (@Nakanickete) May 13, 2018
Shay Logan has absolutely no class, his team mates busy celebrating with the fans and he's too busy trying to attack boyata and then provoke the Celtic fans
Tell me how he cares about Aberdeen or their fans
— Mitch The Bitch (@m_mitch0408) May 13, 2018
Shay Logan gets sent off for violent conduct whilst his teammates celebrate securing 2nd place.
No pride, no class, no shame.
— Callum (@CallumTKennedy1) May 13, 2018
Shay Logan thinks he is Celtic's arch-nemesis. In fact, no one cares.
He's Count Dooku.
He's a pear.
He's Tennants Super.
He's a passive-aggressive Facebook post about a neighbour.
He's Kasabian's 6th album.
He's Season 29 of The Simpsons.
— Daniel James McGowan (@TheDJMcGowan) May 13, 2018
Logan had played well in a rearguard action by the Dons, whose victory helped them clinch second place in the Scottish Premiership league table, but his silly sending-off will have infuriated Derek McInnes.
As for the Hoops, they never got going and Aberdeen deserved to pick up the three points, as Brendan Rodgers’ side seem content to play within themselves ahead of next week’s Scottish Cup Final against Motherwell, a game which is far more important for the Hoops.
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