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Glasgow Rangers: Fans react to supporters union statement on Matt Crilly

Glasgow Rangers: Fans react to supporters union statement on Matt Crilly - Rangers

Glasgow Rangers will certainly be aware of the divisive atmosphere that exists in Scottish football.

The Gers, of course, have a fierce rivalry with Celtic, with whom they share the city of Glasgow. Everything between the two is often split down the middle, right down to the religious connections of either club or their friendships with other clubs abroad – just look at the example of St. Pauli and HSV in Germany.

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From the Gers’ point of view, though, there has been plenty of efforts to reduce the hatred that sometimes exists, as we have seen with their Everyone, Anyone campaign. However, Strathclyde Student Union boss Matt Crilly clearly does not see the Gers as a tolerant club, with him accusing supporters of “perpetuating fascist and racist politics“.

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The Robert Hamilton Glasgow University Rangers Supporters Club were rightly outraged with the comments, as they shared on Twitter in a statement. This led to plenty of reaction from the Gers supporters, who were quick to share their anger at Crilly’s comments, with one fan making clear that the words from the supporters club constituted a “great statement”. They have taken to the social media platform to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments below.

Let us know what you think!


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