AUSTRALIAN cricket legend Shane Warne send out a video message via Facebook to the Australian women’s cricket team after a good win.
Here’s what he said: “A huge congratulations to the Australian Women’s cricket team on winning the World Cup at the mighty MCG last night! Just bloody awesome. We are very very proud of you all – well done!”
All good and well, but you are asking yourselves, what has this got to do with Celtic? Well have a look at what Shane is wearing in the video below…
So that Warney on the FF Banned List now along with Australian Cricket…
Last year we told you about the Scottish hack who wrote a column saying that his enjoyment of the big golf tournament coming from the States was completely wasted by some spectators wearing Celtic tops. Their pain is immense!
A huge congratulations to the Australian Women’s cricket team on winning the World Cup at the mighty MCG last night ! Just bloody awesome. We are very very proud of you all – well done ! 👋👋👋 pic.twitter.com/zo300hlsga
— Shane Warne (@ShaneWarne) March 9, 2020
And this is not the first time they have been outraged by the sport of cricket! Check this old classic out too…”Remember the call for Worldwide ban of Celtic tops at Golf? Now it’s Cricket”…see HERE.
On a much more serious matter, you may have missed this from Sunday evening, but it is well worth reading today. Malcolm Rodger, a survivor of child abuse abuse in Scottish football talks us through how he believes that all the survivors can get justice and how this sordid, disgraceful subject can be concluded once and for all. Please read and if you are minded to do so, please support him in trying to reach his target.
Malcolm Rodger's Campaign to Bring Justice and Peace to Scottish Football's Victims | The Celtic Star https://t.co/8ijRWJI74F
— The Celtic Star Editor (@CelticStarMag) March 8, 2020
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