Celtic fans are not only labelling Inverness amateurish, but they are now demanding their money back, not only from the ticket fee, but also their travelling expenses and I can't really blame them. There is even talk of boycotting the re-scheduled game and subsequent games with ICT.
6.30am - that was the time that the majority of fans left Glasgow at too arrive in time for the game, and the football authorities scheduled a pitch inspection at 10am?
It is not the first time that a game between the two sides was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. Only a few weeks ago, the Scottish Cup Quarter Final game on 13th March was postponed because the Highland club failed to deal with snow that had fallen overnight. In this day and age, all ground staff know or should know what the weather would be like before every game and then take the necessary action to try to make sure the pitch is protected.
And while it was apparent that the adverse weather conditions in November, December and January played havoc with the games, we are talking about April!
There is technology out there that can help with protecting pitches from rain, and it is more effective than undersoil heating - which some SPL clubs refuse to use anyway because it costs too much.
So what will happen now? The game will probably be re-scheduled for the week of the Scottish Cup semi final against Aberdeen, with Celtic having to play three games in six days, one of which is an important cup game.
The postponement of the game also means that Neil Lennon will now not return to the dugout until the game against St.Johnstone on 12th April.
Should Inverness now be fined for their second failure in so many weeks? What provisions did ICT take to prevent the pitch from being waterlogged, if any? And if they didn't take any was it all because of money? If it was down to financial issues, then the SPL and the SFA must take action against the Highland outfit, by hitting them where it hurts - their wallet. Whether they can afford it or not.
And if the governing bodies do not take action, then every Celtic fan who has lost out financially should send claims to Inverness - by Recorded delivery so that they have to sign for every single letter - legal action is another option, as Rangers fans did when they tried to take Dundee United to task for a call off and subsequent charge for re-scheduled game - ultimately losing the case though. The thousands of Celtic fans could possibly hire Paul McBride QC/CSC/SFA Slayer to tackle Caley Thistle.
For Celtic fans now we have to sit back and watch on as Rangers have the chance to leapfrog us in the league as they play later today. A win and seeing themselves top of the league will give them a boost, while if our game had gone ahead, they would have been under more pressure to deliver for the blue hordes.