Green Brigade invite Celtic support to sing Grace

The Green Brigade have asked the Celtic supporter attending tomorrow’s Scottish Premiership match against Kilmarnock to join them in singing ‘Grace’ at the start of the game in tribute to the people of Palestine.

In a communique released this morning, titled “Celtic stands with Palestine” the Green Brigade state:

Celtic stands with Palestine

“As the Gaza genocide continues shamefully unabated, we invite the Celtic support to join us in song to commemorate the 30,000 lives lost and the millions struggling on.

“Grace’ is a long of love hope, loss, pain, steadfastness, resistance and freedom.Join us at the start of the match to pay tribute to the fearless people of Palestine”.

This seems like a very clever way of making their point and also helping create the atmosphere in the ground which needs to be better now we are in a real title race. It’s hard to imagine anyone having any issue with the Celtic support singing Grace at the beginning of the match.

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