SNP health secretary Humza Yousaf hasn’t exactly cultivated a positive relationship with the Rangers fans and there’s no love lost between both parties.

The devolved administration’s health secretary, when Humza isn’t asking people to think twice about calling an ambulance the SNP politician has a penchant for taking aim at Rangers.

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SNP health secretary Humza Yousaf is no stranger to a run-in with Rangers fans. (Photo by JEFF J MITCHELL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

This includes when there is absolutely no justification for doing so whatsoever and he’s responding to obviously doctored videos of Rangers players singing Sweet Caroline.

In a now-infamous move for which Humza is yet to apologise, the outspoken politician called on Police Scotland to investigate the case whilst it was live, and whilst he was the justice minister.

Despite the Rangers players being found guilty of no wrongdoing, Humza and his cohort James Dornan are – to date – yet to apologise for the misleading commentary.

So – with that in mind – you’ll forgive Rangers fans for having absolutely no sympathy as a hilarious clip of Yousaf tumbling off a scooter whilst pelting down a hall in Holyrood surfaced online.

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The clip went viral this week with Humza currently wearing a protective boot after injuring his Achilles whilst playing badminton.

Everything about this clip is hilarious – the playing up to the camera by needlessly zooming down the hall, his aide trying to keep up with the crutches, the hilarious moment the politician hits the deck.

It’s a thing of beauty made even more funny by the fact Yousaf was so salty about the entire thing on Twitter he tried to frame the release of the video as some kind of ableist insult.

That despite mocking Conversative MSP Douglas Ross for falling on the touchline whilst acting as a linesman at a football game.

Rangers fans naturally indulged so heavily in these tears and Twitter was awash with hilarious memes and comments from the Ibrox support:

 

It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt, but the Rangers support are ruthless and they have long memories.

But as negative coverage of the club persists, evidence suggests fans are turning off of the draining commentary in mainstream press.

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