Uefa delay hearing into alleged chanting at Celtic game

Celtic's Georgios Samaras slides in on Alexander Tettey of Rennes
Celtic won the match against Rennes 3-1

A Uefa disciplinary meeting to discuss alleged "illicit chanting" during Celtic's home win against Rennes on 3 November has been delayed until Friday.

The Strathclyde Police match commander made a report to Uefa's match delegate following the Europa League game.

The issue was due to be addressed on Thursday but has been put back a day.

No action was taken against Celtic after the Scottish Premier League looked at reports of pro-IRA chanting during a match with Hibernian.

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