Rangers and the SPFL don’t exactly see eye-to-eye and in an exchange which is becoming tradition ahead of the Ibrox club’s Europa League clashes, fans have let them know about it.

The SPFL once again took to Twitter to wish both the Ibrox side and Old Firm rivals Celtic all the best in the Europa League as they take on Sparta Prague and Bayer Leverkusen respectively.

But such is the bad blood between Rangers, the SPFL, and the Ibrox club’s fans, the reaction to the message wasn’t exactly a gracious or polite one.

Commenting on the post, Rangers fans took the chance to tell the SPFL where to stick their goodwill.

Supporters are aggrieved at the directorate of the organisation who many believe are underselling the game in Scotland and who have had numerous disputes with the bosses at Ibrox.

Not least this concerns the awarding of a league title to Celtic without the campaign being completed and subsequent vote of no confidence motioned by the Gers.

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Then there’s the cinch fiasco, where SPFL chiefs appeared to disregard warnings from Ibrox about a conflict of interest to sign a deal with the used-car trading company.

Now, Rangers refuse to wear cinch branding or promote the group at the club’s stadium due to a conflict with Park’s.

Rangers fans, absolutely siding with the club on these matters, have taken aim at the professional member’s body for the 42 clubs:

 

Rangers fans certainly don’t see eye-to-eye with the SPFL and we suspect this is the kind of reaction (and these are only the clean ones) they’ll continue to get.

Ibrox chairman Douglas Park – embroiled in dispute with the body – also landed a sizeable political blow on the SPFL by signing a special Scottish football contract.

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