Rangers fans can’t resist piling on the misery as heartbroken Celtic supporters everywhere come to terms with a failing 10IAR bid and rampant Rangers title tilt.

The Ibrox side have cut a focused and determined unit this season whilst Celtic have capitulated at almost every single turn.

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Celtic fans everywhere are being left “heartbroken” by their club’s capitulation and Rangers fans are loving it. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

A Covid-19 ravaged Parkhead side dropped further behind in the title race courtesy of a 1-1 draw with Hibs with Rangers now 21 points in front his season.

It’s all a little too much to take for one Celtic fan who called into Clyde One’s Superscoreboard to announce how “heartbroken” he was by the situation at the club.

“One word to describe it,” starts Celtic fan Kevin [Clyde SSB 12/01/21].

“Absolutely heartbroken, absolutely heartbroken with what’s happening at my club right now.

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“Something’s got to change, it’s a nightmare to watch, you’re dreading every game that’s coming up, every tie, you don’t know what teams going to turn up.

“Ahhh, Celtic’s my life it’s everything I’m about, I go home, I go away, I’ve been on my social media shouting 10IAR for years.

“Rangers have been to the bottom tier of Scottish fitba and they’re back, and 10 in a row is done, the dream is done, it’s oot the windae.

“The dream’s finished, we’ve got t-shirts made, we’ve got flags made, we’ve been singing 10IAR for years and noo it’s oot the windae.

“Aw I don’t know, I lot of my friends are Rangers supporters and it’s relentless, it’s back and forward, I just didn’t expect this to happen.”

*Chef’s kiss*

It’s almost like all that goading and premature celebrating has come back to haunt them – and Rangers fans didn’t let up on poor Kevin here as they reacted to his call:

 

Celtic fans hoping it won’t get any worse need look away now as well with Rangers well primed to deliver the final blow to their title hopes this season.

If things continue as they are, there is every chance the Gers could win the title at Parkhead come March in what would be a fitting end to the last decade.

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