Rangers club insider Four Lads Had a Dream has named the songs sung by supporters at Ibrox against St. Joseph’s which lead to UEFA ordering the closure of a section of Ibrox [Rangers.co.uk].

Four Lads claim that the sanction comes after acting Kilmarnock CEO and UEFA delegate Garry O’Hagan reported the club for supporters singing “the Billy Boys” and “Super Rangers”.

This will help provide clarity for supporters on why action has been taking by Europe’s governing body against the club.

The popular Rangers influencer has been outspoken about the entire incident, demanding fans change their ways in the coming weeks.


As a side note, he has advised supporters to ditch the use of the word “fenian” completely, any mentions of the pope or the IRA or any songs which could incite hatred.

It is just common sense.

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The blogger also claims the club plans to come down hard on those people involved in the chanting against St. Joseph’s – a trend you can expect to continue in the coming weeks.

The UEFA decision acts as a wake-up call to Rangers and to the club’s supporters. The next step for this is ground closure, then a points deduction/expulsion from the competition.

Rangers fans were punished for the chanting against St. Joseph’s in a Europa League qualifier in July. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Imagine we blew our chance in the Europa League because someone wanted to shout FTP or sing about being up to your knees in blood?

It’s time for the support to wisen up.

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