Celtic followers mock the Queen’s dying with ‘F*** the crown’ and ‘Sorry in your loss Michael Fagan’ banners at Champions League conflict in Poland, with minute’s silence in Her Majesty’s honour ditched earlier than draw with Ukrainians Shakhtar Donetsk
- Followers mocked the Queen’s dying with offensive banners at Champions League tie
- BT Sport have been compelled to apologise after honing in on a ‘f*** the crown’ banner
- The golf equipment and UEFA had determined that there could be no silence earlier than kick off
- Shakhtar and Celtic gamers did put on black armbands in Her Majesty’s reminiscence
Celtic followers unveiled an offensive banner that learn ‘f*** the crown’ throughout their Champions League conflict with Shakhtar Donetsk.
BT Sport have been compelled to apologise after honing in on an offensive banner in regards to the Queen’s dying on Wednesday evening.
All UK groups taking part in dwelling or away have been permitted to carry a one-minute silence as a mark of respect for the Queen, who died final week.
Following a pre-match assembly between Celtic, Shakhtar and UEFA, nonetheless, it was determined that there could be no silence earlier than kick off.
Gamers from each groups did put on black armbands in Her Majesty’s reminiscence.
Celtic followers mocked the Queen’s dying with offensive banners at Champions League tie
Nevertheless, the sentiment clearly wasn’t shared by a component of the travelling assist.
Simply earlier than kick off a banner was unveiled that learn: ‘f*** the crown.’
Because the Champions League anthem was being performed one other banner was unfurled that additionally mocked the lack of the Queen. It learn: ‘Sorry in your loss Michael Fagan.’
Fagan famously managed to scale the Buckingham Palace partitions earlier than creeping into Her Majesty’s bed room whereas she slept in 1982.
Because the Champions League anthem a ‘Sorry in your loss Michael Fagan’ banner was unfurled
The then painter and decorator, who has schizophrenia, spent round 10 minutes speaking to the monarch about his household.
The late monarch thought Fagan was only a drunk member of workers, who was finally tackled by an obligation footman.
The sport is going down in Warsaw as a result of ongoing battle in Ukraine by the hands of Russia.
1000’s of supporters trekked to Poland in assist of Celtic of their second Champions League match of the season.
Shakhtar Donetsk and Celtic gamers did put on black armbands in Her Majesty’s reminiscence