Bus park frustrations for Celtic supporters next midweek

Celtic supporters buses that normally park in the Emirates will be unable to do so next Wednesday evening as there is in an athletics event taking place at the same time.

Celtic are at home to Dundee on Wednesday 28 February and the Scottish Premiership game has a 7.45pm kick-off time. The two main bus parks are directly behind the Jock Stein stand and also at the Emirates, so with this facility being unavailable, Celtic are now looking at making alternative arrangements.

Nuneaton Street is also a popular parking spot for CSC buses as are many of the surrounding streets.

Celtic SLO John Paul Taylor has this morning confirmed that the Emirates Arena Coach Park will be unavailable next midweek and promises to update on an alternative location for coaches as soon as it’s been confirmed.

Celtic Manager Brendan Rodgers. Final score Celtic 1 Kilmarnock 1. Celtic v Kilmarnock, Cinch Scottish Premiership,Celtic Park, 17 February 2024 Photo Stuart Wallace Shutterstock

Celtic are at Motherwell on Sunday lunchtime then take on Dundee on Wednesday evening and Brendan Rodgers really must ensure that six points are taken if Celtic are to maintain a title challenge.

After the dreadful second half performance against Kilmarnock at the weekend – which allowed Kilmarnock to actually take FIVE points from six in the last tow league matches against Celtic despite Celtic being leading in both games – the Celtic support is becoming increasing angry at the way this season is developing.

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