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01 Nov 2018 20:03:47
Wear poppies or don't wear poppies. It's an individual choice, hopefully after they have thought about it fully. However we shouldn't be using opinions about it as a Celtic song.

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01 Nov 2018 20:45:14
I agree
The anti poppy chanting last night was not right.

{Ed007's Note - I just thought it was pretty childish.}

01 Nov 2018 22:35:48
I’ve always worn the poppy but I’m inclined not to now as a result of the behaviour of the ‘poppy police’. As Vause correctly pointed out ‘it’s an individual’s choice’ and having made your choice I think you should leave others in peace to do the same. I think the chanting is an embarrassment to the club and just gives ‘the people’ and their stenographers an excuse to criticise us. If we deprive them of that excuse, they are powerless.

01 Nov 2018 23:46:49
Let the people sing, their stories and their songs.

Just remember out fans never had any issues with the poppy until it became politicised and started being applied to armed service people from all conflicts.

I personally think our fans are right to sing out against it and make a stand but accept that not everyone on here will share my opinion and that is fine.

02 Nov 2018 08:04:37
The moral high ground some take on the poppy is staggering. People's choice to wear it or not.

Years ago I can't recall all this poppy drama. Press go out there way to film Celtic fans. At Falkirk stadium a few years back. They were hiding behind lorries as we were going in.

Celtic fans go mad at the abuse James McLean receives. His choice ect. So Celtic fans abusing the poppy on that thinking is wrong.

Personally not fussed about it. Hate this time of the year as it always portrays the club in a bad light. Can guarantee it's not going away and the songs will be sung at Livingston away. Press will feed of it for a while.

02 Nov 2018 10:27:26
RAW, I agree with you. When it was commemorating those who gave their lives in WW1 and WW2 I was quite happy to wear one as my grandfather and my great uncle fought in WW2. Having said that I don't and wouldn't demonstrate against it other than just simply not wearing one anymore. There are many who are only too happy to politicise it for the sake of getting attention. HH.



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