Celtic could face fresh sanctions from Uefa after fans displayed Palestinian flags inside the stadium on Tuesday night during the Champions League play-off with Israeli team.
Waving of the flags during the game with the Israeli team Hapoel Beer-Sheva, done as a protest against Israel, is in defiance of disciplinary regulations laid down by European football’s governing body.
If included in the report from Uefa’s match delegate, The Scotsman said, it is likely to incur further punishment to add to fines totalling more than £190,000 imposed on Celtic for supporter misconduct on 11 previous occasions since 2007.
Celtic defeated the Israeli champions by five goals to two and will be heavily favoured to reach the Champions League group stages following next Tuesday’s second leg.
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The Celtic supporters raised Palestine flag during the match to turn the eyes of the world to the daily Israeli aggression against the Palestinians, whom the world has been giving its back for decades.
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