Back in the 90s, Hampden Park was Celtic’s home stadium. These were fairly dark times for the supporters, and this is perhaps where the deep-rooted negativity lies for many fans.

These were times when players like Willie Falconer were strutting their stuff in the green and white hoops, so perhaps there is a reason for this state of mind.

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In all seriousness, there are plenty more recent reasons why Celtic fans should be feeling very positive about their chances on Sunday in the Scottish Cup semi-final.

Since 2016, Celtic have won every single match at the national stadium, with some memorable occasions – none more than when Tom Rogic scored the last-minute winner against Aberdeen to clinch the historic invincible season, and the treble.

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It has to be said, though, that Hampden Park holds some very dark memories for the men from the east end of Glasgow.

Let’s take a look at three of the worst outings and one of the best…