It might be good for us, it might not , but it's setting a bizarre precedent going forward.
Are we expected to believe that no one at Celtic knew that a player had picked up his passport and left the country for 4 days? Most employers measure how long their employees have taken in the toilet ffs
Imagine a St Mirren player had went to Spain after a bad result, blatantly disregarding the rules and risking the football season being cancelled.
The SPFL would 100% have made an example of St Mirren.
If the club had any balls they would have said that we are ready and willing to play tomorrow night - and challenged Celtic to fulfill the fixture, or forfeit the game.
Because it's Celtic, we bend over - they get a slap on the wrist and the game is postponed.
Does this mean that if a club want a game postponed, they send a player to Spain for a few days?
Celtic now have a convenient break up until their Champions League qualifier, we end up with a fixture that will no doubt be part of a big backlog later in the season.