‘It’s just ugly’ says Celtic’s French Star, ‘If it were me he’d be in a hospice doing community service for a year,’ Celtic mum

“A 15 year old wannabe ‘big man’ has been charged. They’ll implement the ‘early intervention’ option with him. If it were me he’d be in a hospice doing community service for a year. Only then will he perhaps realise the gravity of what he said…” Babs McMahon suggested.

What a great idea!

This appears to relate to another alleged incident other than the one appearing on the video concerning the remarks about Scott Brown’s sister who sadly passed away in 2008. Another victim of that horrible disease, cancer.

This is a reaction to the news that a 15-year-old male has been charged after allegedly shouting “I hope you die of cancer’ at the Celtic captain Scott Brown.

Police have now charged a 15-year-old boy in connection with the incident and their spokesperson said: “He has been referred to the early and effective interventions co-ordinator.”

Both incidents happened as the Celtic captain was leaving Ibrox following his Celtic’s 2-0 win over the Rangers on Sunday.

Brown had come out of the front door at Ibrox to bus when a Rangers supporter who has been identified and banned for life by Rangers, shouted “how’s your sister?”

Meanwhile Sunday’s Man of the Match Christopher Jullien has spoken out about the disgraceful incident that has been widely reported online, in the media and has received international coverage, bringing shame to the Ibrox club caused by their support who twice this season have brought charges of racism and sectarianism from UEFA.

“I didn’t see the video, but I’ve heard about it. I don’t think it’s good behaviour. It’s not welcome in every stadium,” the Frenchman, a £7million signing from Toulouse, said to the media, as reported by Daily Record.

“We are with Broony. We are giving Broony all the support he needs but I don’t know what else to say. It’s just ugly. I don’t like that.”

On Celtic Beautiful Sunday victory at Ibrox, Jullien was clearly delighted with the way the game went for both himself personally and the team as a whole.

“We know it is a big win but the season is long. Watching the celebrations with the fans on video gives me goosebumps.

“But in my head each day I can improve and the team can too. We are good, but we can be better.”

And here’s the Celtic way…compare and contrast.

Also on The Celtic Star…

Celtic captain George Paterson, a Biased, probably Drunk Referee and the SFA’s Response…see HERE.

Injury Update – Bitton and Jozo Blow, Better News on Ajer and Rogic…see HERE.

‘Offloading nothing but deadwood’ Liverpool laughs after Ibrox’s Shameful Sunday…see HERE.

‘It’s astonishing that Rangers essentially got away with what they did,’ Tangled Up in Blue author…See HERE.

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