European football CEO and his family were unharmed after an explosion and fire broke out at home early Wednesday in Scotland.
Celtic FC said in a statement that the cars at CEO Peter Lawwell’s home and Thorntonhall’s home were severely damaged by the explosion and subsequent fire.
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A Celtic FC spokesman said, “We can see that Peter Lawwell’s house and the vehicles there were seriously damaged after an explosion and fire broke out early this morning, forcing his family to leave the house.” Said.
“Obviously, Peter’s family is very upset and shocked by these horrific events, but thankfully everything is safe. I understand that Scottish police are currently conducting a criminal investigation.
“We receive the full support and care of Peter and his family, as well as everyone in the club.”
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According to Sky Sports, Scottish officials said the incident occurred around 1 am local time.
The apparent motive for the attack on Lowell’s house was unknown. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Headquarters was investigating the case.
Lowell will resign as CEO of Celtic FC in the summer, according to Sky Sports. Dominic McKay, former CEO of Scottish Rugby, will replace him.
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Celtic FC finished the second phase of the 2020-21 Scottish Premiership season with 77 points, second only to the Rangers. The team tied with Hibernian 0-0 on Saturday.
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