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Green Brigade call out Celtic board over payment grabs

Celtic are continuing to take Direct Debit payments from fans banned from attending home matches.

At lunchtime today, when they should have been congregating in Madrid, the Green Brigade issued a fresh statement on their dispute with the club.

The away ticket allocation was suspended before the home match with Atletico Madrid, last Tuesday, the day before facing St Mirren that action was extended to home matches with emails sent to those affected.

Down the years there has been a number of disputes and stand-offs between the Green Brigade and the club but this one seems a few degrees more serious than previously.

The timing of the away suspension means that trips booked for Madrid and Rome are fairly pointless now without tickets although some are bound to go along for the trip.

With Celtic saying nothing on the record it is difficult to know the exact reasons for the suspension but there are a number of media outlets happily quoting their ‘Celtic sources’.

On Sunday Celtic face Aberdeen at home, Sky Sports viewers are likely to notice a very different atmosphere with one corner of the stadium unusually quiet.

There is then a 13 days gap between matches, a period that includes the club’s AGM, if no resolution is found it looks like the dispute will run into the new year which will cover the Glasgow Derby on December 30.

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