Glasgow Rangers fans are livid with an article from the The Times following a document released under the Freedom of Information act.
This past season was a fantastic one for the Gers on the pitch. They lost just three games in all competitions (Sky Sports), one of which was on penalties, as they went the whole Premiership campaign unbeaten (BBC) – unsurprisingly, that saw them lift the title as they finished 25 points in front of their fierce rivals Celtic.
The title itself was confirmed on March 7th after Dundee United’s 0-0 draw with the Bhoys. The day before, the Gers beat St. Mirren 3-0 at Ibrox, and thousands of fans celebrated outside the ground – the players and staff even celebrated with them from the windows inside Ibrox. Now, following the publication of this Police Scotland document, it has been revealed the Gers players were called “disgraceful” for their actions.
Do Rangers deserve an apology for these comments?
The article, which was shared on The Times Sports Editor’s official Twitter account, attracted plenty of attention from the supporters. They took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what the Rangers fans had to say below
“Well, looks like another publication that should be sued for libel”
“this constant witch-hunt of Rangers has to end. This is bordering on the ridiculous now.”
“The Demonising continues”
“The Police in this Country are not fit for purpose. That’s a disgraceful take.”
“Can’t continue to subscribe to the Times after this utter fabrication.”
“The hatred and smear continues. ‘Disregard for coronavirus.’ Must have missed the similar stories/outrage for last thurs, sun, thistle fans, st Mirren, Dundee Utd, Celtic (x3), st paddy’s day, any hot day in meadows/Kelvingrove. Etc Protests in George sq. all actively encouraged?”
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