Ibrox, the home of Glasgow Rangers, is one of football’s oldest and most historic stadiums.
The Gers have played there since they were founded in 1872, although it hasn’t always looked as it is now. Whilst it may not be as big as either Celtic Park or Hampden Park, it is still one of the grounds that is known across the world as being the home of the 54-time Scottish champions.
With the current pandemic, there is plenty of time for supporters of all clubs to fill, and that gap has led to Twitter page RangersHistory sharing photos of the Argyle House. In 1990, it was added to Govan Stand after eight months of work to get it completed.
Do you like these images?
It hasn’t taken long for the club’s supporters to react to the images – but they don’t appear to be fans of the stand in its current form. They have taken to the social media platform to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments below.
Horrible looking worst part off our stadium by a distance needs looked at ASAP
— Cowley🇬🇧💙 (@TheRealCCowley) May 4, 2020
The argyle house looks awful in my opinion! Could do with being renovated
— William McBride (@WilliamRFC1) May 4, 2020
Always hated that cladding on the outside
— Scott (@scottjf1982) May 4, 2020
Can it be removed as easily? 👀
— Every other Saturday (@CF3Loyal) May 4, 2020
Yep needs changing
— RaggedyMan🏴💙🌈 (@18Miller72) May 4, 2020
Would rather they done away with it, ugly part of the stadium https://t.co/WuMXSQ8qhW
— Lewis Christie (@LChristie96) May 4, 2020
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