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MetiNews.Com - Steven Gerrard's history-makers were let down by the celebrations of some of their fans after carnage in Glasgow city centre on trophy day.

Uk news Rangers fans lacked class during trophy day celebration says Hotline caller PremierLeague-News.Com

MetiNews.Com - Steven Gerrard's history-makers were let down by the celebrations of some of their fans after carnage in Glasgow city centre on trophy day.

Uk news  Rangers fans lacked class during trophy day celebration says Hotline caller PremierLeague-News.Com
16 May 2021 - 10:52

Breaking News ! Invincibles. Fewest goals conceded, record number of clean sheets, 100 per cent home record and a 25-point winning margin. Surely there is no debate now over the achievements of Steven Gerrard and his players in romping to a first Premiership title in a decade. Saturday’s 4-0 thrashing of Aberdeen at Ibrox put the icing on the cake. And Robert Livingstone, Palm Beach, raised a cocktail to his side as he beamed: “As good as it gets - a great end to a great season from the unbeaten champions and back to the Champions League. Next season can't come quick enough for the Rangers fans to watch their side extend their world record to 56 titles.” Alan McGaw, Alloa, added: “Congratulations to Rangers on breaking records in the Premiership, especially winning the title undefeated. It’s been a long way back since playing in the third division v Brechin City. All the player and manager of the year awards this season have landed at Ibrox and it’s well deserved. Rangers will now go on from strength to strength. We as supporters are going to enjoy the summer break.” Sign up to our Record Sport newsletter Get all the latest Sports news sent straight to your Inbox every day by signing up to our newsletter. We cover every morsel of information regarding your favourite club in the form of articles, videos and podcasts. The newsletter will arrive every day at 12pm, giving you a round up of the best stories we've covered that in the last 24 hours. To sign up, simply enter your email address into the link here. And if you aren't already, make sure you join the conversation over on our Facebook groups and Record Sport Instagram. Unfortunately, the scenes of disorder from George Square as Rangers fans celebrated their team’s title saw Saturday end on a sour note. Murdo Macleod, Yorkhill, said: “As a 77-year-old lifelong Rangers fan, I was disgusted by the disgraceful scenes in Glasgow on Saturday. We are in the middle of a pandemic and these ugly scenes could see us back in lockdown again. They are not proper Rangers fans and are letting our club down.” Lewis Doyle, Tipperary, said: “Rangers fans showed their lack of class in George Square putting their selfishness before the rest of Scotland. However it was good of those interviewed recognising it's a one off. Who knows they might win a cup next season as it's been that long and they can party again in the square. Let's hope the virus numbers do not rise.” Gordon Ashley, Ayr, said: “Rangers’ unbeaten season is a decent effort but they will never be Invincibles. That accolade belongs to only one club in world football and not only did they do the invincible treble, but they done it with the pressure of fans.

.” But Scott Gowers, Edinburgh replied; “I'd like Gordon Ashley to cheer up as his team have created a new first, the first second place team to finish 25 points behind in the SPFL, thanks for the banter Gordon.” Rangers manager Steven Gerrard lifts the trophy as he celebrates winning the Scottish Premiership (Image: REUTERS) And Gordon Hendry, Ochiltree, said: “I would like to clear up this invincible nonsense once and for all. During season 2003-04 Arsenal were crowned Invincibles because of their undefeated league record. "They did not win the Community Shield, FA Cup or League Cup nor did they win all their European games yet they are still regarded as invincible. Celtic didn't win all their games in the Champions League either and in fact were hammered 7-0 by Barcelona in season 2016-17, yet they are still quite rightly regarded as Invincible because of their league record. "The same applies to Rangers, who after breaking record after record this season and winning all of their games in the league, are now rightly entitled to their 'Invincible' crown - end of story.” Read More Related Articles Transfer news LIVE as Celtic and Rangers plus Hibs, Hearts and Aberdeen eye signings Celtic fans on the Hotline were understandably hurting at their own side’s failures. David Bryce, Troon, said: “I hope every member of staff at Parkhead is hanging their heads in shame given how far we finished the season behind Rangers. Ian Bankier, Dermot Desmond, John Kennedy and Gavin Strachan should all do the honourable thing and clear their desks. I feel sorry for the incoming manager and Dom McKay who have inherited a nigh impossible job. Our fall from grace has been absolutely astounding.” Departing Hoops skipper Scott Brown took one final pop at Rangers after bowing out with a 0-0 draw at Hibs. He claimed his side’s achievements in 2016-17 were “proper invincible”. Scott Brown comes off the park at full time (Image: Tony Nicoletti Daily Record) But Jim McKenzie, East Kilbride, hit back: “So Scott Brown couldn't leave without opening his big mouth. He is a spent force and his last memory of the Old Firm will be getting nutmegged before Alfredo Morelos slammed the ball into the roof of the Celtic net. Sour grapes don't look good on anybody Mr Brown. Let's see if your new team can go four games unbeaten in a row next season.” Bill McLellan, Cumbria, added: “Scott Brown has been a real captain for Celtic winning title after title, trophy after trophy, treble after treble. Now all he has to add to his game is some humility as Brown, like most others at Parkhead, have shown none at all and that is a huge failing from supposedly professional footballers.” Elsewhere and angry Aberdeen fan Derek Hay, Fife, said: “This appointment of Stephen Glass is an old pals act from Dave Cormack, who needs to learn this job is not a toy to be played with. If Stewart Milne was chairman, does anyone really think Glass would be in the frame? No chance.” Read More Related Articles Kenny Dalglish poses Rangers star Allan McGregor 'twist in the tail' teaser ahead of Scotland squad announcement Read More Related Articles Ash Taylor set for shock Aberdeen exit as Stephen Glass wields the axe in Pittodrie shake-up Finally, disappointed Scotland fan David Wallace, Neilston, said: “As a supporter of all Scotland home matches for the last 16 years me and my three sons are so disappointed at not getting any tickets for the games at Hampden in June. "They say 12,500 are allowed into the ground but only a small number is going to the supporters club. It’s a disgrace. Where's the rest going? I hope I don't see Rod Stewart sitting in the stand with his son in June. “

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