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Rangers: Fans unhappy after The Scottish Sun’s headline about Michael Beale

Rangers: Fans unhappy after The Scottish Sun’s headline about Michael Beale - Rangers

The Scottish Sun’s efforts to turn something positive into something negative has got a few Rangers fans feeling unhappy.

Gers coach Michael Beale did an interview with regards to life and football in Scotland, however, when reporting on his words, the publication seemed to misquote him. Their headline seemed to claim that the well-travelled coach, who has also operated in Brazil and England, wanted the title to be decided by how the league table looked at the half-way stage. However, looking back at his comments he did say that it was ‘impossible’ to decide on an outcome.

Talk on whether the club’s Old Firm rivals should be awarded the Scottish Premiership title has been raging on since football was suspended in Scotland. One influential figure of the fierce rivals are claiming the title should be awarded to the table-toppers if the league isn’t completed, meanwhile, Ally McCoist has said that cannot be allowed to happen. Supporters weren’t happy with the titling of the article as they took to Twitter to lash out. Here are some tweets:

Rangers fans, what are your thoughts on The Scottish Sun’s titling of the interview? Let us know your thoughts below!


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