By Pranav Shahaney

31st May, 2023 | 3:10pm

Rangers and Celtic fans slammed after what First Minister Humza Yousaf said recently

David Tanner has slammed Rangers and Celtic fans for mobbing the city of Glasgow during their celebrations post title wins.

The talkSPORT broadcaster reacted to a recent clip of First Minister Humza Yousaf stating that only a small majority of Rangers and Celtic fans go beyond the limit and that must not happen.

However, Tanner saw this as an opportunity to attack both sets of fanbases.

He wrote on Twitter, “The FM is correct. The recent, sinister trend of entitled fans of both Celtic AND Rangers mobbing the city centre must end.

“A projection of power akin to dogs marking territory by cocking a leg. But less-civilised. A bad look for clubs and fans. Stop now.”


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Fans celebrating big title or trophy wins is commonplace not just in Scotland but throughout Europe and in different sports all across the world.

There are a few fans that go over the top and cause damage to public property but that’s a small minority and clubs cannot take strict measures to curtail celebrations.

They can issue public safety announcements and do their bit to inform the fans that they must act in an orderly conduct but it’s hard to control thousands of fans all across the city.

The media often wants to take a swing at Rangers and their fans for things that are not even their fault and that’s annoying, to say the least.

This is certainly not going to dissuade fans from celebrating and unfortunately, it’s not even sending the right message to the select few that cause trouble.

People who want clubs to step in and control their fans must first give suggestions as to how this can be made possible before unnecessarily talking on social media.

In other Rangers news, the club are clearly playing a sick joke with their supporters after they made an announcement about a senior player.