This is part of a regular series from our panel of Rangers Super Fans. Each week, our Super Fans will deliver their verdicts on the biggest talking points and news stories around Ibrox.


Rangers are on the cusp of securing the Premiership title after a comfortable 3-0 win over St Mirren on Saturday where they showed the swagger of champions.

Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos were the standout stars as the Gers cruised to victory at Ibrox, but it was the scenes before and after that attracted mass media interest and led to criticism.

Fans flocked to the streets outside Ibrox in their droves as they looked to celebrate the team and its achievements this season with title number 55 en route to dash Celtic hopes of 10-in-a-row.


This led to conflicting emotions with Covid-19 restrictions meaning that mass gatherings are still not allowed.

We asked our panel of Rangers Super Fans what they made of the incidents and whether leniency should be granted after a 10-year wait for the title.

Here is what they had to say:

Tavaldo (@a22an)


James Harrison (@jameshrfc)


Barry Ittenson (@BarrySt21172515)


Adam Walker (@AdamWal99214879)


KyleRC (@kyleRC_)


Shanobi Kanobi Bear (@ShanobiBear)


John Mason (@johnmasonrtid)


JoJo (@Jojobenn77)


The debate is set to rage on in the media and amongst Gers fans and we await with bated breath whether any action will be taken against us.

There was not much the club could do so any punishments such as a fine would be harsh but with the recent disciplinary measures taken against us you just never know.


We do not condone the breaking of restrictions but it is good to hear from one of our Super Fans that was there that people were taking measures to protect themselves and others in the form of face coverings, for example.

Hopefully, it will not be too long before we are able to all celebrate freely and rejoice in our historic 55th title.

Then we will have a real party.

In other Rangers news, government chief claims Gers celebrations could dent England’s chances of hosting Euro 2020.


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