The ludicrous nature of Police Scotland’s leaked memo yesterday suggesting Celtic players should be blamed for a group of troglodytes foaming at the mouth and hurting their own fans only gets more bizarre.
At The Rangers AGM today the Managing Director Stewart Robertson weighed in on the issue and of course, it’s all those Celtic players faults!
Robertson panders to the support so the ‘blue pounds’ keep on coming in BUT the way he addressed the situation was rather peculiar.
He warned players need to be careful about their actions ‘during games and after games’.
“Players have to be very careful about their actions, during games and after games, because every action can have a reaction as we saw that day.” Roberston said as cited by Sunsport.
“So we need to…we just can’t have a repeat of that.
“Players need to be very conscious of what they’re doing. We hope we don’t see a repeat of that at all, anywhere.”
What was Scott Brown doing a few seasons back when a pitch invader got closer to him than any Ibrox player on the day?
What was Leigh Griffiths doing when a battery was flung at his head?
They were winning a football match at Ibrox, is the short answer.
Robertson has basically warned the Celtic players not to win against the Ibrox side so everything is rosy. That’s the only way to make sure there is no dignified disobedience from the peepel.