Celtic fans attempts at making themselves somehow look more ridiculous than they do already continued today with another banner appearing outside Parkhead courtesy of the Green Brigade – and Rangers fans were left in tears as the Banner Years show no sign of ending any time soon.
Pictures on Twitter of crudely-painted bedsheets hung outside Parkhead are a near-daily occurrence just now as Celtic fans lose the plot quicker than Shane Duffy loses his man, and the latest one is the kiddy-on ultra group’s January review. [Twitter]
Green Brigade January review pic.twitter.com/dVpEy3LEz7
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) February 10, 2021
With Neil Lennon’s side 21 points behind Rangers in the title race and now competing with the likes of Hibs and Aberdeen for the second Champions League spot, Celtic fans have at least managed to keep up their propensity towards hitting the car park at the slightest sign of trouble.
While there are no candlelit vigils or shark-throwing mobs on Kerrrydale Street, Rangers’ looming title win is sure to spark
entertaining shameful scenes on the other side of the city.
Rangers fans stuck at home because of Covid and the snow saw their morning’s brightened up by the latest arts and crafts session from the Green Brigade – one saying they are ‘beyond parody.’
Here are some of the comments from Rangers fans on Twitter:
Beyond parody at this point, excellent viewing https://t.co/gnCSFQ086r
— . (@CP1872) February 10, 2021
Another day, another banner 😂😂 https://t.co/Z3c2bArNuA
— Alex (@alegil2101) February 10, 2021
— Gary Truck Commander (@Gazmar1) February 10, 2021
— RFC1872GER (@RFC1872GER) February 10, 2021
Long live the banner years https://t.co/cgmrCbRtNN
— Jamie (@Jamie_1886) February 10, 2021
Rangers keeper Allan McGregor was praised by supporters for his passionate interview following the Gers’ slip-up at Hamilton on Sunday and we discussed his influence in our weekly Round-Up Video on the Rangers News YouTube channel.