Sweet Caroline was the first song played on the Ibrox PA system after Rangers secured a 3-0 win over St Mirren on Saturday. 

The win puts Steven Gerrard’s side on the brink of winning the Scottish Premiership with the title just one point away.

In celebration of winning the game, Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond was blasted over the Ibrox PA system according to reporter Andrew Dickson.

After the game, Dickson tweeted, “Sweet Caroline the first song on the PA system at the full-time whistle…”

This takes a special meaning after the controversial win over Livingston in midweek.

After that game, Gerrard told reporters that match-winner Alfredo Morelos was dancing around the dressing room with his top off singing Sweet Caroline.

This song became an anthem and sums up Morelos and the winning feeling around the club with silverware within touching distance.


The club were clearly referencing the comments Gerrard made in midweek and it is such a shame that Ibrox wasn’t full of Gers fans screaming the words to Sweet Caroline at end of the game.

It would’ve been electric.

One thing we know for sure is that the song will be sung on the streets of Glasgow tonight as fans celebrate yet another victory that has put us one step closer to completing our return to top-flight football.

The mood at the club is so positive and whoever is behind the PA system needs a raise for playing that song after the game despite there being few to hear it.

It has been stolen by sports fans as a celebration song and it is only right that we celebrate after a week that has brought us two wins in difficult circumstances.

Good times never seemed so good…

In other Rangers news, Chris Sutton has hailed Gerrard as a Rangers legend. 


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