Rival fans in genuinely hilarious meltdown over Rangers star's
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Aberdeen and Celtic fans in meltdown over Rangers star's Instagram post

Rival fans of both Aberdeen and Celtic have been melting down after two of their players wished Rangers winger Scott Wright all the best at Ibrox on Instagram.

Dons winger Ryan Hedges – a Welshman with no prior links to Pittodrie – wished Wright well on Instagram as his former teammate took the trip down the A90.

In a now-deleted post, Hedges simply said “good luck in the future my man” to Wright after he made the switch and also commented with a red love heart on Wright’s Insta post.

We would share some of the Aberdeen fans’ responses, but there are few with appropriate language to be sharing on this website. Instead, here is the term Ryan Hedges in the Twitter search bar.

If there was ever a case which highlights the difference between Aberdeen fans and Rangers fans this is it – Ross McCrorie goes with our best wishes, Wright is condemned by their fans.

It’s the biggest one-way rivalry in world football and Rangers fans have generally baulked at the pathetic nature of the Dons support’s response.

If the fall out from the Aberdeen support wasn’t hilarious enough, then spare a thought for Celtic attacking midfielder Ryan Christie.

Christie obviously spent time on loan at Aberdeen with Wright and he too showed his support for his former teammate by liking the player’s Instagram post.

This is a major moment in Wright’s career and a big deal – you’d think fellow professionals and friends in the game recognising this would be welcomed, right?

Not when it’s Rangers; Celtic supporters aplenty are melting down on Twitter and one neurotic Parkhead blogger even wrote a full story on the apparent outrage.

Honestly, it’s so bitter and so sour and so good that we’ll actually link the story HERE. This is all part of Christie trying to angle a move out of Parkhead apparently.

Rangers star Scott Wright caused uproar with his Instagram post. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

It is and always has been all about the Rangers as Scotland’s Premier club continues to infuriate rivals from the northern tip of Scotland to the neighbour on your street.

How the hell are these guys going to deal with 55?

Scott Wright himself isn’t surprised by the backlash and claims he expected it after signing a four-and-a-half-year deal at Rangers.

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