Celtic ultras boycott Remembrance Day minute of silence

CELTIC ultras group ‘Bhoys’ are ready to boycott the club’s minute of silence to mark Remembrance Day.

The Scottish champions announced last night that they would celebrate a memorable moment ahead of their match with Ross County.

The group of fans say they do not intend to break the silence and will therefore remain on the stadium forecourt before kick-off.

A statement from the group read: “The club have confirmed their plans to hold a minute’s silence to mark ‘Remembrance Day’ ahead of the game against Ross County this afternoon.

“While there is much political debate to be had over the concept of Remembrance Day, our position is clear: we cannot and will not support anything that amounts to implicit or explicit support for the British military system, we, like many others, feel that the The last two decades have seen a clear shift from remembering those who died in the world wars, to a show of support for the British armed forces and commemorations of all wars, including their imperialist actions in Ireland and around the world.

“It is not our intention to break the silence. Instead, we will remain in the concourse while it takes place. We would ask all fans who stand in our section behind our banner to join us in this, and invite all the Celts. fans who feel the same as us to also stay on the esplanade”.

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