‘Turn Hampden Green and White’, Celtic SLO sends message before Scottish Cup Semi Final

Celtic SLO John Paul Taylor has echoed the calls to turn Hampden Green and White this weekend for the Scottish Cup Semi Final against Rangers.

Earlier this month, North Curve Celtic asked that fans wear the Hoops this Sunday to recreate scenes from Seville where the Celtic End was full of Hoops. The prominent supporters’ group confirmed that there would be no tifo but they asked the fans who have been lucky enough to get tickets for the game, to wear Hoops – scarves, shirts and banners.

Now, JP Taylor has joined in with the movement.

Celtic are, however, continuing their messaging against the use of pyro at the National Stadium. In a safety update, they asked that fans refrain from the use of all pyrotechnics.

“As always, Celtic encourages our supporters to bring banners and flags, and to sing songs which support the team positively. The possession and use of fireworks, smoke bombs, firecrackers and all pyrotechnics are absolutely prohibited.

“Again, we stress the dangers surrounding fireworks and pyrotechnics, which are considered a serious safety issue. We also stress the extreme danger of throwing these items and the risk this presents to the health and safety of the players, match officials and fellow supporters.”

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Born just as Celtic were stopping the Ten, Lubo98 follows Celtic home and away and helps run his local Celtic Supporters Club. He goes to all the games and is a Law Graduate. Has a particular fondness for Tom Rogic among the current Celts and both Lubo and Henrik form his earliest Celtic memories.

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