Since the Rangers due to financial problems were thrown in the lowest league of the Scottish football, the city rivals Celtic do not have adequate competition and any problems winning the champion title .
Ahead of the second-placed Motherwell , Celtic ended up with as many as 29 points ahead . And in the final round on his Celtic Park , The Celts celebrate their 45th league title in history , beating with 3-1, Dundee United . But more than the victory and celebrations of the title, will be remembered a great gesture of the Greek, Georgios Samaras.
The Eleven-year Celtic fan Jay Beatty , a boy who suffers from Down syndrome , received as a gift from coach Neil Lennon who gave a little Jay the champions gold medal.
Samaras has seen Jay at the stand, lifted him and carried around the pitch at Parkhead.
Samaras, 29, said: “I first met Jay in Ireland. He is a very special little boy, a massive Celtic fan and a huge inspiration. The whole team were very proud to have him with us today.”