We’re into Wednesday now and there’s no sign of anyone connected to the Ibrox club accepting the result from Sunday.
We’ve heard pundits cry Celtic having Fraser Forster on loan was an unfair advantage. Then there’s the ones who tell you how well The Rangers played and then there’s guys like former SFA and Ibrox Chief Gordon Smith who mention VAR without the slightest hint of irony.
We have the former head of the SFA moaning if VAR was involved in the cup final on Sunday then his team would have won. Aye, but they’d also be fourth in the SPFL table if it was used in Scotland. The number of penalties and offside decisions which have gone their way this season has been incredible and when we moan about it we’re told it evens itself up over the season.
Gordon Smith is another Ibrox fan boy who is hurting and bringing up the VAR argument proves it.
“Celtic’s goal was definitely offside and it would have been confirmed by VAR, had it been available in Scottish football.” Smith told RecordSport.
“I was a member of the Uefa and Fifa players’ committee in 2009 when I proposed video analysis should be considered to improve the decision-making in football.
“It was rejected by the rest of the panel because it would ‘spoil football’.”
I think we’ve broke them.