Celtic to learn chants decision

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Celtic are set to find out later on Monday if they will be punished by UEFA when the governing body announce the outcome of their disciplinary hearing into alleged "illicit chanting" by fans in the Europa League match against Rennes.

The hearing took place on Friday, but as it was one of more than 100 cases being dealt with by UEFA's control and disciplinary body the result has not yet been announced.

Celtic were charged after the Strathclyde Police match commander complained to the UEFA match delegate about pro-IRA chanting at the Europa League Group I game at Celtic Park on November 3, which the Hoops won 3-1.

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