Glasgow Rangers have had a very promising start to their Premiership campaign.
The Gers are already top of the table after just three matches as they have picked up maximum points from those matches. That comes after victories against Aberdeen, St. Mirren and St. Johnstone who they beat 1-0, 3-0 and 3-0 respectively.
However, across the whole country, the season has already been doused in controversy. Aberdeen players and Boli Bolingoli of Celtic have breached pandemic regulations, meaning that both sides’ next two matches have been postponed, and Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has even threatened to pause the term if the situation worsens.
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On Thursday, Sky Sports conducted an interview with Falkirk boss Lee Miller about the negative impact this could have on sides below the Premiership and, for some reason, the conversation was recorded outside Ibrox despite the Gers not actually being involved in the recent issues.
The Gers were far from happy with this – one fan even called it “utterly pathetic journalism” – as it makes it look like the Gers are involved with the breaching of rules, which they are not.
Many took to Twitter to share their thoughts. You can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below.
Why is this filmed outside Ibrox?? You have no shame
— Rangers Only (@RangersOnly3) August 13, 2020
@ScotlandSky utterly pathetic “journalism” You people wonder why fan media is killing off your dinosaur output. Please explain the backdrop for a Falkirk assistant manager discussing an issue which has affected Aberdeen and Celtic thus far?
— Ross McLeod (@rosskmcleod) August 13, 2020
Embarrassing and crass making a Falkirk employee meet you to do a piece outside Ibrox. Have some respect for him. How did that go down?
— Wilson (@VolleyBaws) August 13, 2020
Why film this with Ibrox as your backdrop? Have you been hollicomed too? Disgusting attempt to put @RangersFC in a bad light as your viewers will associate the negative story with the backdrop, pitiful propaganda, misleading at best, straight from the @SkyNews school of reporting
— j (@jim72855) August 13, 2020
Totally inappropriate to have chosen Ibrox to conduct this interview.
— Tam Mitchell (@TamMitch69) August 13, 2020
Any response to the legitimate questions raised below…why indeed are you outside Ibrox ..this is weird in the extreme
— Gio120uk (@gio120uk) August 13, 2020
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