Israel conflict sees Celtic fans grasp political nettle once again
The club faces a Uefa disciplinary process over the flying of the Palestinian flag, but supporters and former bosses argue politics and sport are intricately connected
“My position is that Celtic has always been political. It was founded on politics, and a subject like Palestine, which is about life and death, is more important than football.”
That’s the view of David Low, chair of investment firm Lowdit Partners, who is a lifelong Celtic supporter, a former director of the club, and the former chairman of the supporters’ trust that owns a chunk of its shares.
There had been plenty examples of ...