Football fans continued to torture and threw a fence at a police van in an exciting scene in Celtic Park.
Groups clashed with police officers after they tried to attack Parkhead’s main entrance to call for Neil Lennon’s dismissal.
A video of the team being tied up by the officers has been released. They were confronted by a police human guard in front of the stadium after they fell through the fence.
At one point, a man pulls an obstacle after him and throws him into a parked police van. In previous videos, fans showed up at the bay with angry policemen to show off as security guards rushed to the bay.
Police Scotland have confirmed that two officers were slightly injured while working outside the East Office stadium.
Greater Glasgow Division Superintendent Stevie Dolan said: “On Sunday, November 29, around 4:30 pm, a large number of fans began protesting outside Celtic Park.
“Appropriate policing response was aroused and the group is now scattered. Two officers were slightly injured in the gathering, but were not arrested. “
A large number of supporters, including the club’s Ultras Green Brigade, had previously requested the Celtic manager to step down.
A huge police presence in Celtic Park followed the results as fans showed up to watch an epidemic in football in western Scotland.
Hundreds of supporters have been heard talking about the “sack board” as pressure mounts on Peter Lowell and Dermot Desmond to decide the future of the 49-year-old.