Rangers return to action tonight when they face Braga in the Europa League and the Scottish FA have sent their now customary good luck tweet but Gers fans are having none of it.

Steven Gerrard’s side host Braga at Ibrox later this evening but have been embroiled in a series of rows with the SFA and fans have quickly shot down their best wishes.

Rangers fans have long been at loggerheads with the Hampden blazers and have felt they are unfit for purpose running the game, with tensions running particularly high again recently.

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The Light Blues will be looking to take a big step towards the last 16 with a solid first leg performance tonight before heading to Portugal in six days for the return.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 29: Rangers Manager Steven Gerrard looks on during the Ladbrokes Premiership match between Rangers and Ross County at Ibrox Stadium on January 29, 2020 in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Steven Gerrard’s side haven’t been in anything resembling good form since the return from the winter break and can’t afford to be sluggish against a Braga side who have won nine of their last ten games.

Fans on Twitter were quick to get their message across to the SFA ahead of tonight’s game – with one saying they wanted “resignations” rather than good luck.

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Here are some of the comments from Rangers fans:

 

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