Rangers fans love image of club hero embracing Burns Supper
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Rangers fans love image of club hero embracing Burns Supper

Rangers is a club giy fond ae tradition and the latest in the Ibrox side’s calendar is the iconic Rangers Burns Supper.

Held every year in Glasgow, this time around in the City’s Radisson Blu, fans, staff, club dignitaries and players alike come together to toast Scotland’s national bard with whisky, haggis, neeps and tatties.

But is normally the case with all things Rangers these days, there’s one man who stole the show amongst the Rangers fans.

Fans are loving the above snap of Alfredo posing with fellow fan favourite Andy Firth, chef Bobby Weir and of course, Rabbie Burns’ daddy of them all, the haggis.

In what must routinely be one of the biggest culture shocks from his time in Glasgow, Colombian striker Morelos must’ve been dumbfounded when he was first introduced to the dinner.

Rangers fans love how much Alfredo Morelos has taken to the club. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Much like everyone else who comes to Scotland, after trying the haggis he’s now probably hooked on it.

The club’s supporters can’t resist a cheeky Alfredo Morelos photograph and this image of him at the Rangers Burns Supper has them happier than a poet on payday.

After raising a toast to the Bard, Rangers fans took to Twitter to raise a toast to Alfredo Morelos:





It’s remarkable just how much the Ibrox striker manages to retain such a cheery face given all the madness happening in the press surrounding him.

Rangers fans have been reacting to the apology of John Hartson [John Hartson] after the striker wrongly claimed he flipped a middle finger at Motherwell fans in December