Linfield makes explosive duel with Celtic perfect
Celtic Glasgow’s qualifying for the Champions League is a tough encounter with Linfield. The Scots fear riots. Northern Ireland’s Linfield have completed their explosive encounters with Scottish champion Celtic Glasgow by making it to the second qualifying round of the Champions League, with the Belfast-based side beating SP La Fiorita from San Marino (0-0) to 1-0, and now beating Celtic in the next round. The forthcoming first leg of the second round has already been brought to a close on Friday, 14 March, in agreement with UEFA for safety reasons. July. Celtic has also already announced its intention to forego the ticket contingent for its away-fans, as a result of the smouldering clashes between protestors and Catholics. Celtic fans are largely Catholic and pro-Irish, while Linfield fans are predominantly pro-British protestants, with the relocation of the match to counteract a possible escalation. On the 12th. July is the climax of the “Marching Season” of the Protestants, which is often accompanied by riots.