It seems that Castore are continuing to disappoint Glasgow Rangers fans with the products they are churning out at the moment.
Earlier this week, the fans were disgusted by a hoodie that was going for £170 – making it unaffordable for many of the club’s supporters. That was the latest problem in a whole line of issues for the Liverpool-based company after agreeing a £25m deal with the 54-time Scottish champions earlier this year. Fans have complained of their products arriving late, and then being damaged when they eventually did make it to their destination. In fact, Castore were even forced to apologize for the way they handled the situation.
Now, they have released another range, and it is has not gone down well with the fans. Castore have decided to commemorate Kemar Roofe’s amazing goal against Standard Liege by printing “The Roofe is on fire” on t-shirts and hoodies.
Do you like these latest products?
The fans took to Twitter to share their disgust at what they see as tacky gear.
Let’s see what they had to say about Castore below
Is this real? 😳
— Faceless 👤 (@FacelessRanger) November 14, 2020
Looks tacky imo
— sclark73 (@stewart020214) November 14, 2020
— Le GfB 💭 (@Gavin_F_Brewis) November 14, 2020
So tackie…… milking it now https://t.co/Ma0Qhx4kGb
— J (@72__J) November 14, 2020
— Eddie Cooper (@EddieCoops) November 14, 2020
Hopefully Rangers have some Deletabix for breakfast tomoz cos that is absolutely awful https://t.co/0ylkh1Jnx7
— Ross Sorley (@rs28x11) November 14, 2020
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