Rangers fans have heaped praise on a popular Glasgow Times columnist after his latest work for the Glasgow newspaper.

Journalist Chris Jack covers the Ibrox club for the Times and in his latest piece analysed the events of the last two weeks which have led to Celtic’s capitulation.


Outgoing Rangers chairman Dave King’s comments about Celtic collapsing like a pack of cards have rung true. (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN / AFP) (Photo credit should read ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP via Getty Images)

Paraphrasing Dave King, Jack uses the famous “pack of cards” analogy to describe the changing of the guards in Scottish football.

The writer also there has been an “Old Firm power shift” between the two clubs and criticised the “stench of arrogance” coming out of Celtic Park regarding recent Covid-19 breaches.

According to Jack – and plenty of other voices in Scottish football – these failures threatened the continuation of Scottish football and Celtic’s reaction has been unbecoming.

The columnist also lambasted any fans using cries of “Sevco” to comfort themselves as he proclaims “if that helps you sleep at night, then you go ahead, Bhoys”.

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The journalist also makes mention of the fact this season is about 55, the modern feel to the club’s operations, and the fact Rangers have the strongest squad in the country.

It’s a great read and Rangers fans can check it out columnist Chris Jack’s latest piece HERE.

Rangers fans have also been lauding Chris Jack for the column as they take to Twitter in appreciation:


Rangers fans have been revelling in the situation at the top of the Scottish Premiership and are looking forward to the season run in.

The club’s supporters have also railed against Celtic’s “apology” for the trip to Dubai and one unbecoming assertion from the statement.

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