“What’s the point if we can’t follow our team any more?” – A lot of Gers supporters are fuming at members of their crowd who persist with sectarian songs on the terraces.
It seems that UEFA have had enough of the sectarian abuse and they have already fined Rangers this season – as a result Rangers have declined to take any of their allocation for their next away match in Europe.
It seems Rangers have taken this decision to save a potential stadium closure.
Rangers have also issued a statement, and they want all sectarian to chanting to end – as it could damage the club in UEFA’s eyes.
These Gers fans are fuming that some of their fellow supporters would jepordise European football at Ibrox – so that they can sing some sectarian abuse.
See the best of the reaction below.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) August 28, 2019
It’s increadibly disappointing that many of our innocent loyal fans will have to miss out through no fault of their own but the songs which have caused this charge have to go. No excuses.
— RangersFC SLO (@RangersFCSLO) August 28, 2019
Replies tell you everything. It’s the many not the few. Disgusted their bigotry has been called out
— Liam (@liamcsc) August 28, 2019
Every other Saturday
Blue sea of Ibrox
That one that goes ooh super ranger lalalala
Even the bouncy..
If you can learn play up the Glasgow rangers
Think up some good new chants
None of the above offend
All support our team
— Gordon Smith (@Gord07) August 28, 2019
Those of you who are even considering ever singing these songs again – DONT. What’s the point if it means we can’t follow our team anymore.
— M.H. (@MarkHarvey83) August 28, 2019
No surprise really, we need to wisen up with the songs. Pure and simple
— Andy Gould (@realandygould) August 28, 2019
A lot of Rangers supporters have had enough of the sectarian chanting, and they want it to stop.
Spineless as ever rangers. Well done. If we go through, I will be at the next away match. Malmo etc we were there and we always will be. I just wish for once we would grow a set
— Stuart Barr (@stubai1912) August 28, 2019
The more you run away, the more the haters will keep chasing.
— Cameron Calder (@cccammy1) August 28, 2019
Pathetic response. Fans will travel to the game no matter what and end up mixed in with home fans around the ground.
— Munro83 (@sandywilson83) August 28, 2019
Other Gers fans, however, believe that the club’s response is weak and they feel attacked by their club.