Celtic Fans - Another Low?

Last updated : 09 September 2013 By Footy Mad - Editor

sWith some Newcastle fans suggesting we should show our feelings towards Mike Ashley and Joe Kinnear at Wednesday's testimonial for Steve Harper, perhaps the actions of those Celtic supporters(?) show us "charity" games are not the time or place.

We all know of the IRA links to Parkhead, and John Terry was booed because he was England's former skipper and Carlos Cuellar because of his time at Ibrox.

This brings into question Paolo Di Canio's appearance in Harper's testimonial on Wednesday.

The guy wants to play - and why shouldn't he - but I know for a fact there will be many in black and white ready to give him both barrels when he shows his face.

Perhaps these tweets say it all ...

    John Terry was booed at Petrov’s Charity Match, He was one of the first people to message Petrov after his illness. Very low.

    — John (@TheChelseaTalk) September 8, 2013

    The Celtic fans are booing Cuellar and John Terry. They are an unbelievably classless bunch. Given the occasion. They’re pathetic.

    — The Twelfth Man (@_The12thMan) September 8, 2013

     Even a former Rangers player Carlos Cuellar getting booed less than John Terry. :) #19

    — ʙεαィɴɩҡ ɞʀɩαɴ (@BeatnikBrian) September 8, 2013

     Celtic fans boo Terry for being English when a lot of them would kill a guy based on his religious beliefs.

    — John (@TheChelseaTalk) September 8, 2013

     Cuellar & Terry getting booed in a charity game for a bloke who’s suffered through cancer, Celtic fans showing their class again #Celtic

    — Nick Moore (@NickMoore1211) September 8, 2013

    Cuellar donated £11,000 at the charity auction last night… And these Celtic fans are booing him.

    — The Twelfth Man (@_The12thMan) September 8, 2013

    Booing Carlos Cuellar as well as JT? Bloody hell. Really good bunch this Celtic lot…

    — CLBrosnan93 (@CLBrosnan93) September 8, 2013