By Nick Ware

4th Sep, 2021 | 3:30pm

Michael Stewart 'struggles to understand' Rangers fans in fresh tweet

Michael Stewart has continued his social media questioning of Rangers fans in a fresh tweet on Saturday afternoon.

The BBC pundit hasn’t been afraid of airing his views on recent events involving the Gers, and he has taken to his personal Twitter profile once again.

He wrote: “I struggle to understand how we’ve gone from supporters rampaging through a city, to being banned for racist singing on a bus, to being arrested for racist singing in the streets to now having that group of supporters feeling like they’re being wronged.”

Stewart has not been shy to air his grievances at recent events and controversies around Rangers.

There was the Daily Record report on historic tweets about Heart & Hand podcast members after their new media partnership with Rangers.

Stewart was quick to condemn those allegations on Twitter and Heart & Hand have since apologised for those tweets.

He has also asked Rangers to come out and address the issues surrounding their new media partner.

But Stewart is now turning his attentions to Gers supporters, seemingly accusing them of hypocrisy amid recent allegations of racist singing.

There can be no denying that recent, isolated incidents such as the song being sung about Celtic striker Kyogo Furuhashi have put Rangers in an unfavourable light.

Rangers have condemned and opened an investigation into this, with three fans already banned.

Hopefully, though, Stewart is not addressing the Gers fanbase as a whole – many have already come out to distance themselves from the disgusting chants and the like.

Just because a minority or section says something, it doesn’t mean it directly applies to everyone who supports Rangers.

In other Rangers news, this Light Blues forward was the subject of an ‘unexpected’ deadline-day pursuit.