A video emerged yesterday of Scott Brown being taunted about the death of his sister to cancer by a Rangers fan outside Ibrox.
Filmed in the aftermath of Celtic’s win against Steven Gerrard’s men, one fan attending the football chose to stick around and partake in what can only be described as a vile and disgusting attempt to upset the Celtic captain.
It stopped Scott Brown in his tracks who just looked at the guy as others told him to get lost. It was appalling and what’s great to see is most decent Gers fans have come out and condemned the behaviour.
The Sun are reporting the guilty party has been banned from Ibrox for life after the vile slur.
As we say, fans of both sets of supporters have been quick to condemn this. You still have the idiots who want to justify it or condemn it but adding in serval caveats.
This is a football rivalry and things like this should not be allowed to go unpunished and unchecked. If the fan has been banned from Ibrox as the report says then I applaud the Ibrox club for their swift actions.
The Scott Brown video is absolutely sickening. It’s hard to imagine anybody could actually be as sick as this. There is no place for this sort of behaviour anywhere in society. Enough is enough and the scumbag responsible should be held to account.
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) September 3, 2019
That guy that made that horrible comment to Scott Brown is an absolute piece of shit.
Would have loved to have been there and heard that scumbag mutter those hateful words before a took all his fronts out. RAT!
— Chris Bungard (@CowaBungard) September 3, 2019
I’m absolutely disgusted at that Scott Brown video. Vile horrible bastard, actually sitting here raging. That illness took my Mum, friends and so many more. Please never show up at any football game ever again.
— GRADO (@gradowrestling) September 3, 2019
Disappointing to have to comment on this but the Scott Brown video at Ibrox is appalling
Rivals on the pitch is one thing, but that sort of vile & disgusting comment is atrocious
To the person that said it – You aren’t welcome at Ibrox or at our club in any shape or form
— Four Lads Had a Dream (@4ladshadadream) September 3, 2019