By Mike Slater

3rd May, 2021 | 9:10am

Ibrox View: Rangers dominance too much as McAvennie tells Celtic to sell entire squad

Frank McAvennie has bizarrely suggested that Celtic should sell their entire squad after they were battered 4-1 by Rangers on Sunday.

The former Hoops forward was clearly embarrassed to be associated with his old side after the Bears made it six Old Firms without defeat.

Goals from Kemar Roofe, Jermain Defoe and Alfredo Morelos meant that the Light Blues will likely finish the Scottish Premiership season unbeaten and pass 100 points.

Speaking to Football Fan Cast, it is clear that it has all become too much for the green half of Glasgow this season, after their momentous collapse.

“I think the whole team,” he hilariously suggested.

“Ajer is going to go, he’s got to go, I like Jonjoe Kenny, but I can’t see him staying. Luckily, the team is going to break up.

“These guys have done great, but it’s time to move on and that whole team has got to go. From the keeper to the centre-forwards, they have got to go. It’s the same old faces.”


Isn’t it hilarious how last season these Celtic players were the best thing since sliced bread, and now they have to be sold?

That shows that we haven’t just turned the tide, but we have completely destroyed our fierce rivals after they had won nine titles in a row.

Only the mighty Gers could do that, and it is amazing to finally see the tides have turned, and they are going to continue to.

This is only the beginning, so the likes of McAvennie are going to have to prepare for even more humiliation in Glasgow in the years to come.

With some slight tweaks, Steven Gerrard will be hoping to turn this Premiership win, into doubles and trebles in the future, and who would bet against that?

Celtic can’t even find a manager right now, never mind find enough teams desperate enough to take their failing squad members off their hands; better luck next time, Frank.

In other Rangers news, This Bears star has taken to Twitter to celebrate the big win over Celtic on Sunday amid social media boycott