Rangers force Hibernian to introduce a beam back for the match next week
Rangers have denied Hibernian any away tickets for the SPFL clash between the two sides next week, which has forced Hibs to play a beam back of the game.
The Edinburgh Evening News report that because the game has not been selected for live coverage by Sky Sports, they have decided to host a live beam back at Easter Road.
Hibs have had a good start to the season, and it should be a good game at Ibrox; and the Edinburgh-based club clearly want to give their fans access to watch their team play against the Gers.
A weird decision by Rangers.
Oddly, the Bears continue to deny away fans access to watch matches at Ibrox, but it is good to see that Hibs have been creative in an attempt to help their fans [Daily Record].
Before Sunday’s game, Jack Ross’ side were sitting in fourth place, just four points behind Rangers, so it should be a fascinating match.
It is a shame that the Gers are not letting Hibs fans in, but if that is their stance, then there is nothing that the other clubs can do apart from things like this.
Hopefully, Rangers change their mind on away fans soon because we have waited so long to be allowed in to watch our teams play, and it is ridiculous that the Bears are still blocking away fans.
Fair play to Hibs for this idea, and it will be interesting to see if other clubs will follow their lead if the Bears continue to deny away fans entry to Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, James McPake was left furious about one thing in the Gers game.