By Mike Slater

25th Nov, 2021 | 7:10am

Chris Sutton responds as Rangers ban pundit from Ibrox for Sparta Prague clash

Chris Sutton has fired yet another jibe at Rangers after his Ibrox ban was reinforced ahead of the Europa League returning this evening.

The former Celtic man was banned from the stadium to cover the Old Firm clubs earlier in the season on BT Sports.

The Sun have reported that BT coverage will now come from Celtic Park rather than Ibrox to accommodate Sutton.

Sutton has responded to the ongoing spat yet again as it looks set to continue for the foreseeable future in Glasgow.

Writing on his personal Twitter account ahead of the games tonight, the pundit fired a sarcastic jibe the way of the Bears.

“Everyone anyone,” he wrote.

Here we go.

Sutton can’t have been expecting everything to have changed in the space of a couple of months? Surely not.

Rangers have taken a firm stance against those who consistently poke and take aim at the club, with the likes of Michael Stewart and the BBC also punished recently.

BT Sports moving ship to Parkhead is a blow, as they won’t get a real taste of what an amazing atmosphere it will be at Ibrox this evening.

There have been some famous European nights in recent years for the Bears in Glasgow, and a big win against Sparta Prague would be another.

It would all-but-secure qualification to the knockout stages of the competition, with Giovanni van Bronckhorst taking charge of his first game for the club.

What a night it promises to be, too bad Sutton won’t be there to witness it.

In other Rangers news, an official club partner has fired back at Tom English after his latest bitter jibe at the Bears