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"Lies" - Rangers influencer calls out "disgraceful" third UEFA charge story

Rangers influencer Four Lads Had a Dream has slammed the Daily Record for claiming Rangers are set to face a third charge from UEFA.

The newspaper claimed that the club managing director Stewart Robertson called in “fans who are prominent on social media” for a special meeting before revealing the charge – alleged to have derived from the 4-2 win over FC Midtjylland in Denmark.

But Four Lads have been very quick to shut this down, tweeting from its official account to supporters confirming that “there is NO third charge of any sort to Rangers”.

As the Rangers influencer confirms, he was actually at the meeting which the Daily Record correctly claimed took place.

This meeting was obviously called in the wake of UEFA sanctions over sectarian singing in this season’s Europa League qualifiers.

Sections of Ibrox amounting to 3000 seats were shut by the governing body [Rangers.co.uk] after sectarian singing against St. Joseph’s of Gibraltar.

Rangers then received a second charge for singing away to Legia Warsaw with the club proactively informing UEFA they’d be refusing tickets for Rangers next away European tie.

The supporters deserve credit for their reaction to all of this, with a real feeling that change is coming to Ibrox in this regard. It simply must.

A portion of the stadium was closed due to the first UEFA charge. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

But what Four Lads are saying is that UEFA are not coming down hard on the club again and early fears of a stadium closure can be put to bed.

The club have now also come out to clarify this with, with Rangers Supporters Liason Officer Greg Marshall rubbishing the reports.

https://twitter.com/RangersFCSLO/status/1167386597408555008

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