Celtic had their next two Scottish Premiership matches postponed due to players breaking lock-down rules.
After Celtic defender Boli Bolingoli flew to Spain and failed to quarantine, then played in a match. Scotland’s first Minister Nicola Sturgeon demanded the cancellation of the matches.
“Flagrant breach” said Ms Sturgeon of the guidelines while Celtic manager Neil Lennon described himself as “livid” after a “selfish” act by “rogue” player.
“This is just not acceptable,” said the Minister. “Everyday I ask members of the public to make sacrifices on how they live their lives.”
“It is not easy for the public so we can’t have privileged football players just deciding they are not going to bother. This can’t go on.”