The one disappointing aspect of Celtic’s ‘treble treble’ celebrations was the fact that the fans couldn’t return to Celtic Park to see the team return with the Scottish Cup.
A parade was out of question due to a rugby match happening at Celtic Park. Meanwhile, a planned bus tour around the East End of Glasgow was eventually cancelled on safety advice.
🚌 Due to safety concerns, the bus parade, on the advice of @policescotland, had to be rerouted. There were numerous supporters on the road and the safety of our fans will always be our priority
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 25, 2019
However, Celtic’s supporter liaison officer John Paul Taylor has indicated that the club could hold another event which would allow the support to the chance to properly celebrate the ‘treble treble’.
agree, very disappointing and hopefully there will be something arranged for the fans to be part of the celebration
— Celtic FC SLO (@CelticFCSLO) May 27, 2019
Perhaps the celebration could be tied into Neil Lennon’s appointment as Celtic’s manager. It was unfortunate that the rugby final was held on the same day as the Scottish Cup Final.
Fans and team couldn’t return to stadium
That prevented Celtic from returning to Celtic Park with the trophies, which they did last season.
The scenes following last year’s Scottish Cup Final were certainly very memorable, it was a pity that they could not be repeated this season.
The Scottish Cup Final victory of 2019 is one that will go down in Celtic history. It was the confirmation of the ‘treble treble’, which is unlikely to be repeated in any form of football any time soon.
It is just a shame that fans weren’t able to properly celebrate the triumph with the players after the game. However, they could get the chance soon, and that would be a good thing.