Unique Angle – Celtic TV almost capture all three goals and those Celtic celebrations, wonderful viewing

Celtic TV almost captured the three goals Celtic scored in the Women’s Scottish Cup Final at Tynecastle yesterday afternoon but they did make up for it in the footage posted today to bring the ever popular Unique Angle series to a close for another season. The guy with the blue jacket, someone should have had a word…

Pity they didn’t show those who watched the game on BBC Alba a better angle of the controversial penalty incident which resulted in Jodie Bartle being sent off and Celtic having to play 80 minutes with ten players, which includes of course the 30 minutes of extra time.

From the centre of the new main stand at Tynecastle we certainly got a great look at the penalty and the decision is completely baffling as there appeared to be zero contract on a player who likes to go down rather easily.

Anyway all’s well that ends well. Hopefully yesterday’s triumph will convince the Celtic Board to back Fran Alonso this summer with the much needed squad additions, while keeping our top talent at the club. And a new home for the team is a top priority, as it is for the Celtic B team, whether they are playing in the Lowland League (seems doubtful) or the Reserve League which could be making a comeback of sorts.

Here’s the Unique Angle from Celtic’s historic 3-2 win over Glasgow City in the Women’s Scottish Cup Final at Tynecastle yesterday afternoon.


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