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Glasgow Rangers: Fans react to club update

Glasgow Rangers: Fans react to club update - Rangers News

Glasgow Rangers’ deal with Castore has not exactly gone swimmingly.

It looked as though there would be no issues soon after the Gers signed a £25m, five-year deal with the Liverpool-based company to replace Hummel as their kit manufacturer. When the pre-sale for the Ibrox outfit’s home shirt for the 2020/21 season went live, 50,000 editions were sold out within just 36 hours.

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However, it is when the shirts were dispatched that the real problems started. Plenty of fans complained that their shirts arrived late, whilst others were unhappy when their purchases were damaged upon arrival. Such has been the gravity of the situation, Castore were even forced to apologize to the supporters.

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On Monday, the Gers confirmed that, on Tuesdays between 10 am and 11 am, the Rangers store will only be open to the elderly so they can do their Gers shopping in their own time. However, despite this positive move, the club’s supporters are still unhappy, and have refused to forgive Castore for their previous failings – some of which remain unresolved – whilst some suggested that there was still a lack of stock in the store due to the issues with the manufacturer.

They took to Twitter to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments from then social media platform below.

Let us know what you think!


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