Michael Beale silences fan on Twitter over Invincibles remark
Rangers first-team coach Michael Beale found the perfect words to silence a shameless St. Mirren fan on Twitter.
Beale posted a tweet to commemorate Rangers’ unbeaten league campaign and to thank iconic commentator Clive Tyldesley for his commentary chart on the Gers.
In response to that, a cheeky St. Mirren fan posted a video of his side scoring a late winner to knock Rangers out of the cup – completely missing the point of the Invincibles term.
While Beale could have let it slip as most club figures do on Twitter, he decided to give it back to that fan.
He responded, “Thanks for reminding me that we lost 3 in 56 games – I was at all 3 so I won’t forget them. I also won’t forget the 38 game unbeaten league season that the poster references.”
👏🏻 thanks for reminding me that we lost 3 in 56 games – I was at all 3 so I won’t forget them. I also won’t forget the 38 game unbeaten league season that the poster references 👍
— Michael Beale (@MichaelBeale) May 25, 2021
We love it
Beale not letting go and showing that St. Mirren fan where the door is, is undoubtedly our moment of the day.
That ‘fan’ probably doesn’t understand that teams are called Invincibles if they go without suffering a defeat in the league.
By their logic, even Arsenal aren’t Invincibles because they weren’t unbeaten in all competitions.
It’s absolutely ridiculous and borderline hilarious to see fans make such mockery of themselves on social media.
Had Beale let that one slip, @stmirrenactive would continue running their mouth on everyone’s timelines.
We’re truly proud of this team regardless of how we fared in the cup competitions. Sure, we would’ve liked to win everything and certainly progress further in Europe, but we can’t have everything we want.
Looking at the positives, we have Champions League football next season and a summer in which we’re undoubtedly going to strengthen our team.
While we understand that the players need breaks, we can’t wait to see them back in action at the Ibrox with a packed stadium chanting with every kick of the football.
In other Rangers news, ‘No point denying it’ – Ally McCoist makes big claim about Rangers fans after 55 win