Rangers announced yesterday that Christmas was coming to Ibrox with their special ‘Breakfast with Santa’, however, the response from fans wasn’t quite as Christmassy.
In the midst of rumours suggesting that the taxman charged the Gers £50m too much causing them to go bust, fans want answers, as the responses to the tweet suggest.
The Times reported that a ‘multimillion-pounder blunder’ is being blamed for the financial ‘implosion’ which tore apart Rangers and forced them to sell their much of their assets, make staff redundant, and start again from Scottish League Two.
With the news being just rumours at the moment, many of the Rangers fans are eager to hear what the club officially has to say about the claims, and, if true, what will be the next steps for Dave King and the club.
Many fans joked in response to the tweet, asking whether Santa would be bringing back that £50m.
Here are some of the replies below…
Is Santa bringing the £50m???
— Philip Ewan McGregor (@PhiIip1872) November 14, 2019
— Michael Seafarer (@MichaelSeafarer) November 14, 2019
— JD (@Jdownsy14) November 14, 2019
Not what we are all expecting
— william burnett (@billyburnett90) November 14, 2019
Is Santa slang for HMRC?
— William (@_William72) November 14, 2019
Santa ain't real, a bit like the HMRC claims from 2012.
— DumbartonGer (@DumbartonGer) November 14, 2019
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Santa I'd like all the millions of pounds back that the club was robbed off💙👍
— Christine✌ (@ChristineCx) November 14, 2019
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