The Scots painted themselves. They dishonored the Queen’s memory with derogatory banners – Sports – Football – European Cups

Scottish Celtic supporters made inappropriate references to the death of Queen Elizabeth II before the Champions League game against Shakhtar Donetsk.


Celtic fans with an inappropriate banner at a Champions League match.

All the clubs of the islands playing in the Champions League were allowed to observe a minute of silence in memory of the late Queen Elizabeth II, who died last week.

But after the pre-match meeting between Shakhtar and Celtic representatives and the match delegate, it was decided that there would be no minute of silence in their case. And the Scots in their own way took over the memory of the Queen.

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Just before kick-off, they unveiled a banner with the vulgar inscription “s..ť na koruna”. As the opening notes of the Champions League song played, they unfurled another banner that also mocked the loss of the Queen.

It said, “Sorry for your loss, Michael Fagan.” Fagan rose to fame in 1982 by breaking into Buckingham Palace and sneaking into the Queen’s bedroom, where he had a 10-minute conversation with her.

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Fagan, a painter and decorator, was later found to have schizophrenia. The Queen thought it was just a drunken employee.

The Champions League match took place at the stadium in Warsaw due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Thousands of Scots went to Poland to support their club, which finished 1:1 with Shakhtar.

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