September 18, 2021

On the day of the Celtic Derby, Rangers banned three fans for allegedly chanting “famine songs”.

Rangers It has been confirmed that they have banned three more spectators from participating in matches at Abrox.

The Light Blues revealed in a statement that they had spoken to police. Scotland To identify three supporters who were arrested last weekend on charges of singing sectarian songs before the Celtic Derby.

The men, aged 24, 21 and 19, will appear in Glasgow Sheriff’s Court at a later date.

But Gers has announced that he is taking the matter seriously and has slapped all three with a ban.

A statement on the club’s website read: “After contacting Police Scotland over a well-documented incident on Sunday, Rangers have written to three people to confirm an indefinite ban on all club fixtures.

“We reiterate our club’s stand against all forms of discrimination and once again point out our views on the so-called ‘fans’ who tarnish the good name of Rangers FC.”

This comes at a time when Gers has recently banned fans from singing racist songs on the bus. Celtic Akiu Kyogo Farhoshi.

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