Clubs often have plenty of merchandise with their club logo on available to their fans across the world, and Glasgow Rangers are no different.
One of the latest new items that clubs appear to be using are face masks following the outbreak of the current pandemic. In the Premier League, you can see the players and staff from each side arriving at stadiums with the apparel covering their mouths and noses.
The Glasgow Times have released an article claiming that the Gers have done the exact same thing, saying that they can be bought for £5 from the Gers Store website. However, that does not appear to be the case – the Gers store is no longer affiliated with the Ibrox outfit, with the club even serving legal proceedings to LBJ Sports Apparel Limited.
Do you read the Glasgow Times?
The piece has attracted the attention from the Gers supporters, and it is fair to say they are far from happy. They have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below.
This is nothing to do with Rangers. Full retraction and apology to @RangersFC required immediately.
— Steven Souness (@StevenSouness) June 24, 2020
More lies, @RangersFC get this taken down 👍🏼
— Fazman (@Faz_50) June 24, 2020
This isn’t an official Rangers product or store.
The sooner your rag goes under, the better.
— ✡️ (@BC7RFC) June 24, 2020
This is a counterfeit product which has nothing to do with Rangers, the article is lying.
— Kevin (@gingeki) June 24, 2020
Get a grip of yourselves man
— Dairylea Dreams (@DairyleaDreams) June 24, 2020
Lies lies lies
— mancalledczar (@mancalledczar) June 24, 2020
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