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22 Jul 2017 01:21:27
Right enough about that bloody banner! Before I turn in for the night there's something I was talking about with a couple of my pals earlier - would you allow alcohol to be sold in Scottish stadiums outwith the usual outlets and current restrictions?

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22 Jul 2017 01:40:18
without doubt mate why shouldn't grown adults beable to have a pint at the game (tho i must admit the game gives me a bit of time to sober up b4 the homeward session lol)

22 Jul 2017 07:03:00
😂 You're all over it Welsbhoy you animal.

I would. Regulated properly of course (searches on entry, refusal to serve etc. ) . A lot has changed since the ban, and incidents have happened since to indicate that alcohol in the ground wasn't actually the problem, or the sole problem at least. I think the majority wouldn't abuse it. Mainly because £4-5 for a flat, weak, pint in a plastic glass. People won't be rushing to line them up as much as some might think.

22 Jul 2017 07:46:04
Jim tims right at they sort of prices think it might put off the dafties from buying it and maybe it would be your more mature tim that sampled it so its an aye fae me ed.

22 Jul 2017 08:34:19
They should trial it first and see what their up against, its all one saying were all grown men and women, but its mostly the grown ups that let us down when it comes to the swally. Its a hard one, i would like a drink at the game, but can't help thinking that someone will ruin it anyway, with 60,000 people comes a lot of 2 can dans. Then there's the kids having to listen to drunken obsceneties. As iv said, id like a drink, but is it really worth it? Its maybe 2hrs to sober up for some😁.

22 Jul 2017 08:45:45
When I go to the Swindon town games you can have a pint before the game and a pint at half time but can't take them to your seat. It seems to work there.

22 Jul 2017 09:58:49
Was at Goodison Park Everton v Southampton last season, Fanzone outside live music, alcohol and food. Inside alcohol also basically drink as much as you want. You see the same at the Rugby. Would be great to have the same in Scotland but can't see it happening too many idiots who are bad enough sober.

22 Jul 2017 11:59:19
Certainly no drinking at seats and it really can be incident free. I've been to a few grounds in England and it's literally squeezing one in before the game and squeezing one in at half time. That's if you can even be bothered to wait. The argument will always be there though that you're adding a little bit more to a recipe for trouble.

22 Jul 2017 09:40:52
Well done ed.
I was just going to say something similar. Regardless of our views on it what's happened has happened and us all bickering amongst ourselves is counter productive. We are celtic fans and that's why we are here so let's attempt to put this banner fiasco to rest, for just now anyway. As for rhe alcohol question, sure i think we should. Even if as a trial it was beer and cider only. let's face it, the guys who want to get tanked up do anyway b4 they come.

22 Jul 2017 11:11:07
No Ed!

As someone who doesn't really drink I always got sat beside the over bearing steamer that's that drunk he can't even see the game!

If it is a yes then it would need to be controlled / moderated and how do you control grown men?

You are going to get some fud running onto the pitch much more often and what happens like the Hibs v Rangers cup final a late winner and they are all pished!

I know you were but are not now a drinker but how no another question like how can we not have a reserved section if you turn up inebriated you get to sit in the "pissed section" then we could have the "there all fuds section that want to play with there phones and take pictures section" too see what a great idea you started mate?

And then the people who just want to watch the football can just enjoy the football instead of worrying about an annoying grunt?

22 Jul 2017 13:50:11
jamie you'll upset welshy talking about him like that lol.

22 Jul 2017 15:15:40
I personally wouldn't be buying alcohol in the stadium for reasons stated above 😏 No seriously think that most who would want a pint in the ground would have it with their pie or whatever at half time can't see many having a right session at the game. I for one can't even be arsed queuing for a pie.

22 Jul 2017 21:24:24
Does anyone actually believe that selling plastic cups of Tennents will cause any trouble? If people want a pint before the game then they will have in the pubs near the stadium. Surely it can only be a good thing for them to get to the stadium a wee bit earlier and have a pint there rather than squeeze one in and turn up late? They allow it in England so why not?

22 Jul 2017 22:38:01
Drinking within the stadium would cause no problems . All we need are fans to be a little bit responsible and Celtic stewards casting an eye on proceedings . However if we have a visible presence of police, we are guaranteed trouble and rows everytime we have bars open . Irish and Scottish men deep down resent police and supporters and especially Celtic supporters, we know police just don't treat us impartially.

22 Jul 2017 23:39:35
Maybe with this new hotel development thingy, Celtic could think about setting up their own micro brewery, might be a gold mine for the club, if the beer is good, my nephew is a young brewer might see if I can get him to write to the board,

23 Jul 2017 04:08:57
you can already drink at Celtic park had the priveledge of getting couple of seats behind celtic goal in club 67 area for half a dozen games and had a pint before game at halftime and at end of game the only catch was the bar closed the second the whistle blew to start play.







 

 

 
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