Celtic have suspended 128 fans from their matches and relocated 250 season-ticket holders following damage caused to Motherwell's Fir Park on Friday, reports BBC Sport. Seats in the South Stand were damaged while smoke bombs and flares were also thrown during Celtic's 5-0 win.
The Green Brigade group of fans on Sunday said it regretted the scenes and admitted that it should have better policed its section of supporters.
Celtic and Scottish Police have already launched their own probes into the incidents, with the football club already taking action.
The Scottish champions said it had issued "precautionary suspensions against 128 individuals preventing them attending matches involving Celtic, pending further investigation.
These suspensions will cover matches away from home as well as at Celtic Park.
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