Lazio are worried about more backlash from fans as the Italian Club release a statement and plea to fans to behave themselves in Glasgow.
Lazio and Celtic are set to battle it out in the Europa League tomorrow night and both clubs are worried about any potential racism and fighting breaking as both sets of clubs have already had UEFA fines this season.
Celtic have had silly fines for pyros being set off, but Lazio have had the worst and they definitely deserve it, the club’s fans are notorious for racism and fighting, and UEFA have hit them hard.
Celtic’s match tomorrow will have alot of eyes watching it and UEFA will be looking to come down hard on anything from both sets of fans, we are confident Celtic fans will behave but Lazio fans will not, they will be looking to cause as much harm as possible and even bring us down with them.
The Celtic board will obviously have secure measures in place and hopefully Celtic and Lennon can show Lazio that the Hoops mean business and send them packing with no points to take home.
“There are fears between the Biancocelesti and the Scottish ultras for the match with Celtic in the Europa League on Thursday evening. Although there are no precedents for the two clubs, the latest events are concerning from certain fringes of the two supports which have triggered maximum attention from UEFA.”
“For security reasons, it is necessary to concentrate the entire Lazio supporters at the meeting point organised in Merchant Square in the Merchant City area of Glasgow.”
“The civic sense of the fans is appealed to avoid behaviours that can generate reactions from local authorities.” (Google Translate)
We hope the Celtic support can drown out any negative chants aimed and our players as the only colour we care about are the green and white hoops, a club for all.