Jason Cundy and Jamie O'Hara in hysterics as Rangers fan orders McDonald's on talkSPORT
Jason Cundy and Jamie O’Hara were left in fits on laughter on talkSPORT on Thursday night after a Rangers fan ordered a McDonald’s live on air.
After the Gers beat Alashkert 1-0 at Ibrox in the first leg of their Europa League playoff, Deano the Bear called talkSPORT to say the fans were booing the referee at half-time for a “shocker” of a performance.
He then suddenly said he has to go, leading to ex-Chelsea player Cundy asking: “Where are you going?”
Deano said that he’s “actually ordering a bit of McDonald’s”, leading to Cundy and O’Hara cracking up laughing.
Cundy then told Deano to order his food and as he was doing it, Cundy said: “This is unbelievable. In all my years of doing this, I’ve never has anyone order a Maccie D’s.”
After finishing his order, Deano said: “And another thing is…” However he was soon stopped in his tracks by Cundy and O’Hara laughing at the cheek of the fan trying to continue talking about the Gers while waiting for his food.
O’Hara said: “Are you winding us up?”
You can see the full video clip below or on the official talkSPORT Twitter account.
Happy Meal – but not so happy performance
Rangers may have won against Alashkert on Thursday night but the performance was dismal and we really should have won that game easier.
Let’s face it, we as fans were complacent and expected Steven Gerrard’s men to steamroll to victory against the Armenian minnows.
It’s fine for us to be complacent though – it’s not fine for the players to be.
It’s been the theme so far this season, unfortunately.
Would we have lost and played so badly against Dundee United if we weren’t complacent? Would we still be in the Champions League if Malmo were shown more respect?
Alashkert should have been absolutely thumped but instead, we’ll go to Yerevan in Armenia next week with the tie still hanging in the balance.
All it takes is for them to score one goal and bring the tie level to put the frighteners on.
In other Rangers news, the Gers have made a multi-million bid to sign “one of the best players” in a European league.