Popular Rangers blogger Four Lads Had a Dream has launched a scathing attack on BBC Scotland pundit Michael Stewart for comments made about the crushing incident at Rugby Park.
Prior to Rangers match with Kilmarnock, ticketing issues caused a swell of Rangers fans outside the ground leading to numerous complaints of a crush.
Gates were opened to relieve the pressure, but Stewart has been sceptical that any such crush took place.
— Four Lads Had a Dream (@4ladshadadream) August 7, 2019
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Many Rangers fans, Four Lads included, believe this is because of an agenda Stewart holds against the club.
And the Rangers influencer has not held back in saying so in his latest blog.
The blogger describes Stewart’s agenda as “sinister” and “poisonous” before detailing numerous examples of Stewart’s overboard criticism of Rangers.
It discusses Stewart’s reaction to talk of a crush at Celtic Park last season, as well as comments made in the wake of Scott Brown’s celebrations towards Rangers fans in March and the subsequent surge which followed.
Four Lads then go on to say Stewart’s “faux-outrage and unbalanced moral compass is one thing, attacking our support and dismissing the safety of our support as ‘not an issue’ is completely another.”
The blog also states “any decent person would be extremely horrified by any stories of crushing at Football matches.”
Stewart isn’t the only BBC Scotland pundit to challenge the accounts of a crush from Rangers fans.
Rangers SLO Greg Marshall demanded an apology from the broadcaster’s Tom English in the wake of disgraceful comments the journalist made on Twitter.