Glasgow Rangers fans are far from happy after it has been suggested that the SFA and Scotland would like to use their training ground as a base for the European Championships next summer.
Scotland confirmed their spot at Europe’s premier international competition on Thursday as they beat Serbia on penalties. It will be the first time they will appear at a major tournament since the 1998 World Cup, and they are likely to even play some of their matches at Hampden Park, their national stadium.
As such, it seems they are a looking for a base close to home, and Rangers’ Auchenhowie centre could be chosen. This has not gone down well at all with the Rangers supporters – many have made it clear in the past that they do not like the national team, and they therefore seem unwilling to help them during their Euro campaign.
Would you be happy with Scotland using the Auchenhowie training centre?
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what the Rangers fans had to say below
some brass neck from the SFA 11 https://t.co/HUq3mBlzJ9
— The W.A.T.Peoples (@TheWATPles) November 13, 2020
If that’s true, we better be charging them through the nose, and facilities should be checked before they leave. https://t.co/nlTFeQlaLL
— Yaco (@Yaco1872) November 13, 2020
Tell then to do one
— Andy (@loyalistchef) November 13, 2020
Not for me. No thanks.
— Rino’sScowl (@rino1872) November 13, 2020
Keep them out 🇬🇧
— bluebowler72 (@bluebowler1853) November 13, 2020
How about no
— James (@FPofCdAz) November 13, 2020
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