Some Celtic and Scottish football fans have been reacting to a report in the Daily Record yesterday regarding an unnamed club pushing a null and void verdict.

The Record published a report claiming that there was one Scottish Premiership club who were looking for the league to be voided this season.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon

Celtic manager Neil Lennon (Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Almost immediately, your mind fixates on the sides in the league who would benefit from a void season. However, it still seems a long shot that all of the clubs’ hard work this season will just be dismissed. West Ham United’s Karren Brady was the latest to call for a null and void verdict down south, but her club on the same points as Bournemouth in the relegation zone (The Guardian).


And it appears that fans all around Scottish football aren’t impressed with the unnamed club’s push. Here’s a look at some of the reaction to the report:

Plenty of solutions continue to get thrown about

In fairness, look at how many solutions are getting thrown about in the public domain. These aren’t even coming from the people who are getting made to make them.

From here until tomorrow afternoon of course, it’s all just guesswork. Only after UEFA have spoken to all 55 member countries will the future of the season be clearer.

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However, as some have said above, it’s irrelevant when it comes to which club is demanding what. This won’t be down to one or two individual clubs who are looking at things from their own selfish perspective. The decision made will be the one which is in the best interests of everyone’s health and wellbeing.

UEFA could determine the way forward

UEFA could determine the way forward (Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images)

Until then, we simply can’t predict what will happen. Yet even so, what there will be a demand for fairness across the board.

Players and managers have put around eight to nine months into a solid campaign that simply doesn’t deserve to be ruled as null and void. It is funny that the only club representatives who have come out and claimed null and void as the way to go are figures who represent teams struggling this season.

Where’s the sporting integrity in that?

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