Rangers fans have been watching on with amazement as the latest meltdown from the Celtic support sees them line up for a visit to the Celtic Park car park this week.

According to a flyer doing the rounds on social media, Celts for Change are planning a protest on Celtic Way on Wednesday 25th November at 6pm.

The protest is against “incompetence from boardroom to pitch” and comes as “history beckons”, presumably a nod to the club’s currently flailing charge for “10IAR”.

The group are calling for both Neil Lennon and Peter Lawwell to be sacked despite Celtic only being four points worse off than last season.

Our Old Firm rivals currently sit 11 points behind Rangers but have two games in hand as a spoiled Celtic support rail against one of their biggest club legends in Neil Lennon.

That’s despite the fact they’ve won the last 11 trophies on the bounce, have the chance of a 12th early next month and it only being November!

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The nervousness is palpable in a Celtic support tearing itself to shreds whilst Rangers quietly go about their business this season.

The Ibrox supporters have been reacting to the news that after quite some time, Celtic fans are finally returning to the car park.

 

There’s a very long way to go this season but after a near decade of being ridiculed and wound up by our rivals, there’s genuinely no harm in enjoying this brutal patch for them.

After news broke that Lennon is set to stay in his job as manager [Herald], Celtic fans have been melting down on Twitter with Rangers fans guffawing somewhere in the distance.

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