Celtic fan group Green Brigade sing ‘stick your f****** poppy up your a**e’ after remembrance silence boycott.

THE Green Brigade decided to boycott today's minute of silence for remembrance at Celtic Park.

The Hoops fan group waited in the concourse at Parkhead during the pause before taking their seat ahead of kick-off.

 The Green Brigade, pictured earlier this season, boycotted the minute's silence on Remembrance Sunday

The Green Brigade, pictured earlier this season, boycotted the minute's silence on Remembrance SundayCredit: PA:Press Association

During the match the Green Brigade could also be heard singing 'stick your f****** poppy up your a**e'.

Fan group Bhoys also took the decision to boycott the silence at the start of the game.

A Celtic spokesperson said: "The minute's silence was observed impeccably by all Celtic supporters."

An insider at the club also added that the poppy chant ended immediately as it was booed by fans from all other parts of the stadium.

Other Celtic fans and Motherwell supporters could be heard booing the chant during Scottish Premiership clash.

ROD SEES RED

We exclusively told you this week how Celtic-daft Rod Stewart slammed the Green Brigade for their flare stunt at Lazio.

The Hoops supporters also unveiled another ‘Brigate Verde’ banner at the Lazio clash in Rome.

Green Brigade stoked controversy before last month’s Parkhead encounter with their tifo that appeared to be based on the logo of a left-wing terrorist organisation.

Neil Lennon's side ran out 2-0 winners at Parkhead today as they defeated Stehpen Robinson's Motherwell.

Odsonne Edouard and an own goal from Richard Tait gave Celts all three points.

The Hoops remain at the top of the Scottish Premiership ahead of Rangers on goal difference.

Gers defeated Livingston today by the same scoreline thanks to goals from Joe Aribo and Alfredo Morelos.

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