CELTIC fans can not believe Leigh Griffiths has been charged by Uefa for "provoking spectators" against Linfield.
Celtic's Leigh Griffiths has received a one-match ban for provoking spectators while his club have been fined £4,000.
Celtic defeat Linfield 4-0 at Parkhead to progress to the next Champions League qualifying round 6-0 on aggregate.
And the decision taken by UEFA today to order the closure of a stand for Linfield's next home European Tie should be a real concern for the Celtic supporters who occupy the standing section at Celtic Park.
"I don't mind that Celtic are a Scottish club who have an affinity with Ireland, but they can not allow their supporters to show an affinity with Irish terrorists, which is what they have been doing".
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The latest charges will be dealt with by UEFA's Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on 28 July.
Griffiths delayed taking a corner to show the referee some missiles that narrowly missed him, including a glass bottle and several coins.
Hosts Linfield were charged on that occasion for objects being thrown from the crowd and a field invasion by supporters.
"Celtic are a quality side, we knew that", he said.
The charge is in relation to an incident which took place after the game in which the Scot tied a Celtic scarf to the goalposts in front of the 300 travelling hoops fans.
There was a heavy police presence at Celtic Park after both teams were charged by UEFA after violent scenes in the first leg in Belfast.