Michael Stewart reacts to scenes in Glasgow after Rangers lift Premiership trophy

Michael Stewart is clearly saddened by the violent scenes in Glasgow on Saturday after Rangers lifted the Premiership trophy at Ibrox.

It was a day of celebration for the Gers as Steven Gerrard and his players were handed the Scottish title for the 55th time in the club’s history.

However, the day was marred by ugly scenes across Glasgow as fans clashed with each other and with the police.

On Friday, ex-Hibs and Hearts player Stewart applauded Glasgow after a community managed to stop two men from being taken away by immigration police.

However, Saturday’s events led to a different tweet by Stewart as he simply posted, “Glasgow,” followed by a sad face.

Violent clashes a disgrace

Saturday was supposed to be a day of celebration for Rangers fans but there were a lot of people who took to the streets on Glasgow who have cast our club in an ugly light.

From the fighting among one another to the violent clashes with the police – some of the scenes on Saturday were a disgrace.

While the majority of supporters celebrated peacefully, it’s always the mindless idiots who ruin it for everyone else and unfortunately, those mindless idiots are the ones who’ll grab the attention of the media.

However, there’s no way that those scenes should be swept under the rug for the sake of those who celebrated as any normal person would. They should be totally condemned and punished by the law.

Rangers should also seek punishment if they can.

We don’t want to see fans like that returning to Ibrox. We don’t want them to continue dragging the name of this proud club through the mud.

Saturday will be remembered for lifting the trophy and also the disgraceful scenes on the streets of Glasgow.

And that’s a massive shame.

In other Rangers news, Chris Sutton made a huge admission about the Gers that left Ally McCoist in stitches.