Rangers fan Twitter account takes centre-stage as Celtic fan meltdown continues
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Rangers fan Twitter account takes stage as Celtic fan meltdown continues

Popular Rangers fan Twitter account Kerryfail has taken centre-stage amongst the Ibrox support in recent weeks as our Celtic rivals continue to meltdown.

The famous account takes the hilarious comments of angry Celtic fans and posts them on their page with the name a play on Kerrydale Street, a street at Celtic Park and the name of a Celtic fan forum.

Celtic fans have been railing against Neil Lennon and popular Rangers fan Twitter account has been capturing the entire thing via its feed. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Their latest offerings have been absolutely sensational as fans from all over tag the account in statuses and Tweets with Kerryfail replicating them on their official account.


It is fast becoming one of the most popular Scottish football accounts on Twitter and the admins deserve huge credit for the Tweets they’ve compiled over the last few weeks.

Whilst it’s always been a hilarious insight into the minds of Celtic supporters it’s probably been at it’s busiest in a long time following a run of awful results at Parkhead.

Rangers fans have been buckled by a continuing meltdown from our Celtic counterparts across the city as they indulge in their tears after a near-decade of watching them dominate the Scottish game.

After the weekend, Rangers stretched their lead to 13 points in the Scottish Premiership with the Gers beating Ross County 4-0 and Celtic stumbling to a 1-1 draw with St. Johnstone.

This led to Celtic fans protesting outside their stadium for the second week in a row as their 9.5-in -a-row title dreams continue to slip away.

Whilst the fans are indulging in the crisis enveloping at Celtic Park, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will have his players focused on the task at hand at Ibrox. (Photo by Paul Campbell/Getty Images)

As the meltdown continues, the excellent Kerryfail will be a constant source of entertainment for supporters as they find themselves at the centre of the fall-out over our rival’s capitulation over the last few weeks.

Bluenoses have also been commenting on the protests this week as they flip a recent insult levelled at Rangers fans by Celtic supporters back on our Parkhead rivals.

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