By Mike Slater

17th May, 2021 | 4:05pm

Stan Collymore shares instant Twitter reaction as Police Scotland launch Rangers investigation

Stan Collymore has shared his instant reaction on Twitter as Police Scotland launched an investigation after Rangers celebrations on Saturday.

The Bears squad have been accused of using sectarian language during their chanting in the dressing room after lifting the Scottish Premiership title.

Police Scotland are looking into the matter, although Collymore doesn’t expect anything to come in terms of punishments.

Writing on his personal Twitter account this afternoon, Collymore has claimed that the investigation could conclude as early as next week.

“1 week later…” he wrote.

“Our findings are clear. Ebony and Ivory by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder were being sung throughout and we, therefore, conclude our investigations.”

Shadow.

This is the major problem with social media in the modern-day.

You can’t celebrate without videos being posted online for anyone to judge and dissect, potentially finding something that can lead to things like this.

It was pandemonium in the Ibrox dressing rooms, and rightly so after ending a decade of torment at the hands of Celtic.

Collymore has become somewhat of an activist for issues within the game and was outspoken when Glen Kamara was racially abused by Ondrej Kudela.

There have been far too many issues and incidents this season, and we are hoping that this can be concluded as soon as possible.

As Collymore predicts, this could be over within one week and the likely outcome could be no action taken against the Bears as they celebrated this title win.

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