Glasgow Rangers fans are far from happy with comments from BBC journalist Chris McLaughlin on Twitter in the build-up to their trophy celebrations on Saturday.
This weekend, the Gers will finally be able to lift the Premiership trophy – the title itself has long since been won. Unfortunately, fans will be unable to be inside Ibrox to take in the trophy ceremony after the clash against Aberdeen, but there is likely to be plenty of supporters celebrating together in Glasgow.
McLaughlin, who is banned from Ibrox after previous negative stories against the Gers (The Daily Record), previously said Rangers are unhappy with other gatherings taking place in the city over the past few days, such as the Solidarity with Palestine protest in Govan Square – Rangers have been forced to implore fans to refrain from meeting up in large groups.
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When asked about his comments on Twitter, McLaughlin revealed he had chats and message exchanges with those close to to the story. This attracted plenty of attention from the fans, and they took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what the fans had to say about McLaughlin below
“No one at Rangers gives you the time of day, we treat you with the contempt you deserve so you are lying”
“So basically an outright lie then Chris?”
“That’s about as vague as you can get Chris…..”
“Just spouting utter nonsense again McLaughlin…. hope you never get the opportunity to darken our door again!”
“No. Chris is just a rangers hater and and negative angle he can put on a rangers story gets him stiff.”
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