CELTIC have been hit with another UEFA fine over an anti-monarchy banner.

The club have been issued a £15,000 (€17,500) fine after a fan banner raised during the Champions League match against RB Leipzig.

A section of the Parkhead support held aloft a banner with the words: "Against hunger and the crown".

The display earned the club a fine with UEFA deeming it a "Provocative message of an offensive nature".

It comes after Celtic were issued a £13,000 fine for an anti-monarchy banner during the away match to Shakhtar Donetsk.

A banner that read 'F*** the Crown' was draped from the away enclosure at the Champions League fixture.

Another banner displayed by travelling supporters read 'Sorry for your loss, Michael Fagan'.

The displays came as Celtic players wore black armbands as a mark of respect - but UEFA confirmed no minute's silence would be held in the first match back after the death of Queen Elizabeth.


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