Rangers fans have pounced on a gaffe made by the SPT operated Glasgow Subway Twitter account on Friday evening.
The travel advice page, which has over 10,000 followers, tweeted to warn of crowds and to caution against anti-social behaviour, after asserting that Rangers were taking on Livingston at Ibrox this weekend.
Of course, that, in fact, is not the case. The Gers are in action against Gary Holt’s side on Sunday, but the game is taking place in West Lothian rather than in Govan. In fact, Steven Gerrard’s side don’t have another home game until the beginning of December.
Unsurprisingly, plenty of Bears latched onto the error.
Here’s a selection of reactions from Twitter:
Is there a subway system in Livingston? Good to know.
— Greegsy's Gloves (@Gers89_) November 8, 2019
I’ve lived in Livingston since 2014 and can confirm there isn’t a Glasgow Subway here. We’ve not even got decent buses 😂
— Ross (@Ross81UK) November 8, 2019
There will be considerable anti-social behaviour if thousands were on the subway and then realised the game was 40 miles away.
— 🏴 Davie 🇬🇧 (@coplandrear4) November 8, 2019
Better tell Livi the party has moved.
— 🇬🇧 Scottie C 🇹🇭 (@CurrieScott) November 8, 2019
— Clubdeck (@EvanTho71919609) November 8, 2019
Subway loyal will be confused 😁#liviaway
— Colin Wilson (@Cwilsonskye) November 8, 2019
You sure? Might want to tell Rangers so they don’t turn up at Livingston and miss it.
— 😎 (@markyboy_s) November 8, 2019
— Dave (@Nimsay1872) November 8, 2019
After the significant fan response, over three hours later, the account moved to correct their error.
Apologies all, we’ve obviously got that wrong! Rangers are playing away at Livingston this weekend. Enjoy the game and travel safe.
— Glasgow Subway (@GLASubwayTravel) November 8, 2019
An embarrassing one for the Subway then, the service thousands of fans use to get to and from Ibrox on matchdays.
There were several talking points surrounding the SPT service from Thursday night’s clash with Porto.
Ahead of the game, temporary closures to both circles due to a ‘passenger related incident’ threatened to cause disruption, but, both were back up and running in time for major delays to be avoided.
Furthermore, plenty of Bears hit out at the ‘Subway Loyal’ following the win, suggesting that the thousands of fans who left the game before the final whistle were letting the players down.