BARRY FERGUSON has told Ibrox fans they soured their win against Celtic at the weekend by getting the vile songbook out which included lapping up the death of Lisbon Lions.
Ferguson believes it took the shine off the players on the park and branded it ‘sad’.
A vocal majority of the crowd could be heard singing the bile from the stands instead of cheering on their players who were delivering them a famous win on the park.
It seems if they win or lose, it’s an excuse to sing these songs.
Ferguson told SunSport: “It’s sad. I heard it yesterday when I was watching it. It sours what was a fantastic performance with Rangers.
“That’s what I would rather be talking about, how good a performance it was and obviously Celtic being poor.”
The former Ibrox player then quickly showed his naivety or perhaps denial by saying it’s something that’s crept in this season, which is absolute nonsense.
“It’s a part of the game that’s sadly crept in this season which I don’t like. I can only say it’s sad.”
The chants out of Ibrox for decades have been pure filth at times and the Lisbon Lion song is just the newest in a long line of sickening songs the Gers support have happily sung.
They’re u to their knees in blood most games home or away we seem to be numb to it.
What’s more, this Lisbon Lion song has been in circulation for quite some time and it’s only being highlighted now after the passing of two lions. Apparently, it’s only worth mentioning after that fact.