Glasgow Rangers fans are livid after a report said they are at war with the Scottish National Party after it was suggested the Gers players sang a sectarian song as they celebrated the end of the season.
This past weekend was a special one for the Ibrox outfit. Their 4-0 victory over Aberdeen at Ibrox meant they completed an unbeaten Premiership season (BBC), and they also received the trophy after the match. As such, thousands of fans took to the streets to celebrate, while the players enjoyed themselves at the stadium.
There have been reports that a sectarian song was sung at the party, and it has now been said the SNP are at war with the Gers. Rangers themselves have already questioned whether the video is genuine.
Do you believe a sectarian song was sung?
The news was shared on Twitter by @PoliticsForAll, and it attracted plenty of attention from the Gers supporters. They took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what the Rangers fans had to say about the news below
“Only one winner.”
“It’s not just selik we’ve rattled, we’ve rattled the full country, quality hahahaha”
“Let’s hope Rangers sue tinpot government and Yousaf in particular. Trumpian garbage from the SNP”
“SNP regime hate Rangers as it’s a British football club, and the SNP despise everything British and have spent the past decade trying to purge anything British from Scotland.”
“That’s the best bit, Nats are utterly clueless”
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