Celtic remove 'Glasgow jersey' after being trolled by Rangers fans

Celtic appear to have paid a special tribute to their shambolic season and Rangers’ success with a ‘Glasgow jersey’ on their official club store.

The blue Adidas kit seems like a tribute to an old Scotland kit with it featuring an orange badge in the middle as well as the number 10.

Funnily enough, the blue and orange kit, which looks similar to a Rangers kit made iconic by Ally McCoist was also priced up at £55.

As you’d expect, the reviews were hilariously hijacked by Rangers fans, with the Twitter account ‘Kerrydale Meltdown‘ sharing some of them.

One reviewer said: “I love the blue colour, as well as the orange. Including the 10 right in the centre to remember what Celtic fluffed. The price 55 fits perfectly as a reminder to the fact Glasgow is blue. I rate this product 9/10, which I think Celtic are familiar with.”

After being brutally trolled by Gers fans, Celtic unfortunately decided to remove the ‘Adidas Glasgow jersey’ from their official store but remnants of it remain.

If you click on the ‘Adidas Dublin jersey’, it comes up at the bottom under ‘You may also like’.

With each passing day, the sheer humiliation the other half of the Old Firm is suffering is hitting new heights.

It wasn’t enough for them just to miss out on the title this season, they had to do so in the most spectacular of fashion, failing to win any of their Old Firm games and finishing 25 points behind unbeaten Rangers.

They’ve been managerless since February and they’ve only just found out Eddie Howe doesn’t want to job. They have no director of football, their captain, top goalscorer and best centre-back are leaving too.

Celtic Football Club, welcome to the banter years.

In other Rangers news, this player is heading to Scotland for medicals with the Gers.