Celtic fans are in near collective meltdown as Rangers march forward to a legendary 55th title and no-one at Parkhead is safe from the backlash – not even their goalkeeping coach.
Stephen Woods coaches the stoppers at Parkhead, and he was wished a happy birthday by the club’s official Twitter account, something which drew the ire of their supporters.
Eagle-eyed Rangers fans have since noticed that such was the reaction to the guy’s birthday message, he’s deactivated his official Twitter account.
Celtic have come in for some amount of stick for wishing notable people happy birthday on their socials whilst the team is in disarray on the pitch.
Rangers fans have been twisting the screw at every single opportunity and after a decade of nonsense from our rivals, we’re well within our rights.
The situation with Stephen Woods – the man responsible for the coaching of worldies Vasilis Barkas and Scott Bain – is the latest in a long line of hilarious calamities coming out of Parkhead.
It also comes after Celtic shirked wishing midfielder Ryan Christie on Twitter yesterday but did so on their official Instagram account.
Rangers fans were buckled on Twitter as the Parkhead goalkeeping coach had his birthday spoiled by angry Celtic supporters:
The situation with the Celtic goalkeeping coach isn’t the only one which has caught the eye of Rangers fans regarding our rivals either.
Gers fans have called out Celtic’s leading “plastic hardman” for ducking out of questions about Rangers lifting 55 at the home of our rivals.