By Mike Slater

22nd Oct, 2021 | 6:10pm

Peter Martin predicts UEFA action after Rangers win v Brondby

Peter Martin has predicted UEFA to take action against Brondby after they fell to a 2-0 defeat at Rangers last night.

The Danish fans created an electric atmosphere from the away end but spoiled that by throwing missiles at staff and players.

Martin saw that a photographer was left injured at Ibrox, and believes that a fine will be necessary after that.

Speaking on PLZ Soccer this afternoon on YouTube, Martin predicted what will happen after the incidents.

“The downside of it is, I think they will be getting a fine,” he said. “Some of them were throwing some objects and it hurt a photographer.

“I know when Rangers players were going over to take corners they were getting missiles thrown at them and that’s not good.”

Tam McManus wasn’t impressed with what he saw at Ibrox, but did admit that he wants away fans back in Scotland.

“Hopefully we can see away fans back in Scotland. There is nothing worst than going out and seeing no away support.”

Poor.

For most of the game, the Brondby fans were magnificent and never stopped singing or bouncing in the away end.

That was even while the Bears were dominating on the pitch and strolling to an important victory in the Europa League.

We all agree, having the away fans back in Ibrox and aorund Europe is definitely needed, but they have to behave.

Rangers fans have been put under the spotlight far too many times in the past couple of months, but yet the same outrage hasn’t been applied here.

UEFA will surely be looking into this one, and we can expect Brondby to be punished for the unsavoury scenes on show last night.

In other Rangers news, the Bears are set to seal a major signing with one player agreement almost certain in January