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Linfield Supporters On The Warpath After Provocative Celebratory Tweet

Linfield Supporters On The Warpath After Provocative Celebratory Tweet
By Conor Neville

We're aware that many in the Republic of Ireland still harbour a grudge against the Irish League for rudely interrupting Grandstand on Saturday evenings.

However, when one gets past that prejudice, it is a league with its intrigues like any other. It is developing a nice line in celebratory tweets from championship winners. It is almost like a tradition at this stage. Last year, Cliftonville's Conor Devlin found a very pleasing, Colin Fennelly-esque way to celebrate a second successive title.

Crusaders, former club of Dublin Gaelic footballer Mick Deegan and once owned by Bohemians legend Tony O'Connell, currently lead Linfield at the top of the table by nine points. There are three games remaining. Their goal difference is also vastly superior.

It is, in short, over.

Crusaders' Declan Caddell is evidently enjoying the present situation. He opted to celebrate the inevitable title by baring his buttocks at a mural extolling Warren Feeney and Grant McCann, two internationals who play for Linfield.

The Linfield fans have not responded well to these provocations. Mooning a mural and then being called a bigot - it really doesn't get any more Nordie than that.  

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