The Green Brigade may be missing from Thursday's Europa League clash with Rennes but the Celtic ultras group managed to take up plenty of space in the Hotline.
Parkhead chief Peter Lawwell is trying to get the fans to behave after numerous run-ins with UEFA and boss Neil Lennon admitted the fines could have been used to strengthen his squad.
Sean Beech, Hampshire, said: “The Green Brigade would be well advised to look up the word ‘support’ in the dictionary because they seem to be under the belief that they are the in charge at Celtic Park and as such can do as they wish.
“The reality is that they are an embarrassment to the club and the real supporters with their vile banners, songs and acts of omnipotent self indulgence.
“The club should strip them of their tickets and sell them onto real supporters and that way families will be far happier to bring their kids to the matches.”
John Davidson, Armadale, said: “Lennon says the Green Brigade have cost him a player in the fines paid to UEFA, does he not realise that more UEFA action awaits and could cost Celtic their Europa League place. Time to stamp them out completely.”
Samuel Hannah, East Kilbride, said: “The chairman of Celtic said the behaviour of the Green Brigade 'gives our enemies the opportunity to class us the same as other clubs which we are not' but I’d like to know who Celtic’s enemies are?
"You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to work it out. I’m an elderly gentleman who has supported Rangers all my life and for the chairman of another club to come out and make it sound like we are at war makes me angry.”
Celtic fan Gerard McBride, Wishaw, said: “When I was young my dad took me into the Jungle and we managed to create a famous atmosphere through the colour of our strips and scarves and singing.
“There’s no need for the pyrotechnics. I agree 100 per cent with Peter Lawwell banning them.”
But John Orr, Greenock, said: “The Green Brigade are all getting tarred with the same brush but they’re not all bad.
“For Neil Lennon to say they have cost the club a player is a disgrace - the club has wasted millions on donkeys over the years. We need the Green Brigade back for the cup final. Yes, stop the sectarian songs but we need them back.”
Dave King is stepping down as Rangers chairman and Ian Durrant called for a statue.
But Dunky Robertson, London, said: “They should erect one for Mike Ashley too. He came to Rangers’ aid when they were skint. And he has taught them the true value of money – not to throw bad after good.”
Jim McClean, Rothesay, said: “Durrant is talking rubbish. He wants a statue of a King outside Ibrox, It would be better in Madam Tussauds beside the Kray brothers.”
But Lee Griffiths, North Wales, said: “Why are Celtic fans and even the Celtic board obsessed with Rangers? Have they not benefited enough out of Rangers demise?
"The dreadful decision to sell to Craig Whyte enabled them to win trophies unchallenged for a period of time. Get over it and be thankful.”
Hearts fan Ian McDonald, Innerleithen, said: “A week on since Killie humiliation and still no manager. Stendel either wants it or not. If not move on but for goodness sake move.”
It’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year time but the Beeb seem to have forgot about Scotland’s unified world champion Josh Taylor.
Barra Stevens, Edinburgh, said: “The young lad has done so much in a short space of time. He has so much confidence but without being big-headed about it. With it being held in Aberdeen this year he should have been among the candidates.”