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Rangers fans criticise St. Johnstone for "poor value" TV coverage

Many Rangers fans were charged £17.50 to watch St. Johnstone TV for the club’s trip to Perth – and more than a few were left unimpressed.

The Perthshire club charged the sky-high streaming fee for anyone wanting to watch the match with broadcaster Sky Sports not carrying the match.

Rangers star Glen Kamara scored between striker from Kemar Roofe and Ianis Hagi in a 3-0 win for the Gers. (Photo by Rob Casey/SNS Group via Getty Images)

Saints had drawn the ire of Rangers fans pre-match with their excessive pricing as the club’s supporters let rip at what they felt was the club feeling them just days before Christmas.

Rangers generally charge £10 to stream the game and provide a high-level of professional coverage through RangersTV.

A whole host big names have walked through the club’s media department this season with the likes of Clive Tyldesley even employed on commentary.

Whilst some watched via RangersTV and VPNs others took the plunge but were left enraged amid a lack of commentary and poor coverage from the likes of Mark Guidi as Rangers won 3-0 in Perth.

Many of those fans took to Twitter to voice their frustrations with the Saint Johnstone TV coverage of the match:

The coverage up in Perth is in stark contrast to what Rangers fans are used to on their own club media channel.

Only this weekend Rangers fans were heaping praise on a punditry duo as the Gers ran out 3-1 winners over Motherwell.

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