Spartak Moscow Randomly Troll Celtic With Hilarious Twitter Post After Controversial Dubai Trip
Spartak Moscow didn't waste the opportunity to take a cheeky swipe at Celtic after their team flew out to Dubai for a winter training camp.
Celtic recently travelled out to the UAE for a similar break, but the Scottish Premiership side has been hit by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Scottish club has 15 first-team players and staff currently self-isolating after Christopher Jullien tested positive for COVID-19.
Spartak posted out an initial tweet to confirm that they would be flying out to Dubai before hilariously asking Celtic for 'any tips' in a later tweet.
And fans wasted no time in flocking to Twitter to react to the tweet, with many of them seeing the funny side of Spartak's post.
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One fan tweeted: "Training or 'R&R?' Asking for a friend."
While another added: "Wouldn't do that if I was yous."
And a third said: "Don't do it lads please keep Jordan safe x"
A fourth added: "@CelticFC lads said the pints are top class."
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has since issued an apology to the club's supporters as he admitted that the Dubai trip was a mistake.
The 61-year-old told Celtic TV: "It's been an extremely difficult few days and on reflection, looking back and looking with hindsight and looking at the outcome of the trip, clearly it was a mistake.
"For that, I profoundly apologise to our supporters. We left here and the rationale for the camp was with very much the best intentions.
"Things haven't gone the way we wanted to and the outcome is clearly very regrettable."
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