Do Not Sell My Personal Information
  1. Home
  2. Rangers News

Rangers: Fans react to Alan Thompson tweet

Rangers: Fans react to Alan Thompson tweet - Rangers News

Many Glasgow Rangers fans have been reacting to a tweet from Alan Thompson taking aim at former Ibrox player Peter Lovenkrands.

Thompson is well-known as a former Celtic player, and he enjoyed many battles with both the Gers and the ex-Denmark international. In December 2004, the Englishman was sent off in the Old Firm derby after appearing to headbutt Lovenkrands – it was a game Rangers went on to win 2-0.

1 of 10

How well do you know Glasgow Rangers' transfer business? Give our quiz a go to find out! To start off, how much did Rangers spend to sign Mikel Arteta from Barcelona?

It is debatable as to whether it was actually worthy of a dismissal, but it is worth pointing out that this is an incident which occurred 17 years ago. Plenty of time has passed, and you would have thought most people would have forgotten. Not Thompson, though, who shared a picture of the coming together, signed by himself.

Do you believe Thompson should have been sent off?





The photo was posted on his official Twitter account, and it attracted plenty of attention from Gers supporters. These fans took to the social media platform to share their thoughts, with one wryly commenting that the 47-year-old “needs help”.

Let’s see what the fans had to say about the Thompson tweet below

Its official 55 has destroyed them This was 17 years ago and they appealed the red card and lost but hey lovenkrands is a cheat”

Credit: @gersfan46

“This man needs help.”

Credit: @baarryswan

“This pain delights me”

Credit: @GovanLoyal72

“Keep crying”

Credit: @Robert88235

“Rent free…”

Credit: @MosesBrox

“You were down 2-0 and got sent off, SEVENTEEN YEARS AGO get over it Alan.”

Credit: @ottleti

In other news, many Rangers fans praise this man’s performance against Hibernian.

To Top

Article title: Rangers: Fans react to Alan Thompson tweet

Please leave feedback to help us improve the site: