Class act Celtic fans leave Ibrox toilets smelling good post 2-1 Rangers win

With Rangers finally winning promotion back to the Scottish Premier League for the 2016/17 season, the Old Firm derby has once again taken centre-stage in Scottish football.

But while the league derby itself proved to be very much a one-sided affair with Celtic coming out 5-1 winners last time out, the rivalry as such has been nothing short of drama.

In the aftermath of Celtic’s 2-1 derby win on Saturday, Celtic fans took the opportunity to exact revenge for the vandalism inflicted on the toilets at Celtic Park by some Ranger supporters when the two sides met in September.

But unlike their more rowdy Rangers counterparts, Celtic fans took revenge by placing scented tealight candles in one of the toilets at the Ibrox.

A Hoops fan uploaded the picture of the candles on Twitter with the caption “You trash our toilets. We leave yours smelling good.” A truly epic response to the purported Rangers hooligans. Check out the tweet below!



76 thoughts on “Class act Celtic fans leave Ibrox toilets smelling good post 2-1 Rangers win”

  1. Were Rangers fans a “class act” for not raising hanging effigies of Catholics and banners proclaiming “kill all f*nians”? Nah, just another site revising the true religious horror that is affecting Scottish Football and concentrating on a few morons who damaged a toilet. Be a real journalist, look into the nefarious part of Celtic Football Club.

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    1. Why is this cretin ‘dynafc67’ allowed to say this ?
      The only inbreeding was ever did by your own dynafc67, it’ll be as to how yer eyes are so close together with the haunted look, oh no not that, it’ll be yer priests who gave ye that haunted look eh ?

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    1. Unlike your vile sectarian club, Celtic have always been an all inclusive club ever since their inception in 1888… black, white, Protestant, Catholic, whoever!
      ….cue crass predictable comment about child abuse..

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      1. In fact, you will find that Celtic were a Catholic only club on its inception – if you know your history and all that.

        That is the hilarious thing about Celtic fans – they repeat the same nonsense so much that they actually start to believe it.

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          1. Eh, yes they were. A quick look would confirm this but we all know you won’t want to dig up any issues that affect the faux-clean history of Celtic.

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      2. Were they all inclusive when the match had to be stopped as Celtic fans had flung so many bananas at Mark Walters? Was that some sort of strange way of saying hello?

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  2. So it was bend over dynafc67 and bend over gary, whit, on the self same day I was told too…… lol, poor bhoys, so is it THIS TORMENT that this ‘H’ in bhoys stands for then…….. ‘h’ing-oot ? … so I was told .

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      1. Seriously – these fools go whining to all and sundry about how badly they are treated yet they consistently try and smear a rival football club by gleefully bringing up child abuse – a societal problem that right now is causing huge issues throughout football. How can they be so out of step with decent society?

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    1. You are in point of faCT, WRONG IN YOUR ASSUMPTION. ….. I am ‘pathetic’, would that NOT BE the priests who buggered the children ? and the celtic boys club person who did similar ?
      C’mon, get yer facts in the proper order.

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  3. You will probs never ever SEE THIS in the dailies but it WAS cfc that started this ongoing sectarian bit between the two Clubs/football Clubs….. CFC were created by some father wilfred accommodate the fenian/catholic as some call it, and give them a football club.
    This is where sectarianism started here in the West of Scotland.

    Then we had the catholics then sending their offspring to sectarian schooling.

    It’s Now Time that A Scottish Government stood-up to the sectarian element within Scotland…… and said NO…. NO to separate sectarian schooling, once and for all.

    Lets have ALL OF SCOTLAND’S CHILDREN sent to the self same scholastic schools, treat them ALL THE SAME.

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    1. Catholic schools exist throughout Britain – there are more Catholic schools in the Greater Birmingham region than in the whole of Scotland – Catholic schools aren’t the problem you muppet.

      And as for child abuse – stop wallowing in that cesspit you freak.

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  4. Gary, and get this, even today in Scotland protestant folks still out-number catholic fols by a margin of sic to one, so it was ALWAYS SO EASY for RFC to HAVE a team of non-catholics as such……. whereas CFC would have HAD to have called upon non-catholics to play for them…….. is that penny now dropping for you ??????????

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  5. Gary, and get this, even today in Scotland protestant folks still out-number catholic folks by a margin of six to one, so it was ALWAYS SO EASY for RFC to HAVE a team of non-catholics as such……. whereas CFC would have HAD to have called upon non-catholics to play for them…….. is that penny now dropping for you ??????????

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    1. Interviewer: “Is Mo Johnston your most important signing?
      David Murray (Rangers Chairman): “We signed him as a football player firstly, and also to break the tradition of this club in not signing a Roman Catholic. That was wrong, “

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  6. No inbetweener as such …… as Jesus himself said the words in scripture….. I am The Way, The Truth AND The Light, no man cometh before me.

    Tell, me do you Catholics Not even read yer Bibles ?

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  7. Celtic were formed by Brother Walfrid, an Irish priest who saw the formation of the club to provide for the mainly Irish Catholic despots ( although a sizeable amount were Protestant) who had fled to Glasgow in the wake of the great famine. Unable to get jobs due to persecution and the like, Celtic supported these peoples through charity.
    In the late 19th/early 20th century, The relationship with Rangers for many years was healthy and profitable for both clubs hence the old firm tag.
    It wasn’t until after WW1 and the influx of Protestant/loyalist ship workers from Northern Ireland that things changed.. these people and many protestants in Scotland saw the growing Catholic numbers in Glasgows east end as a threat and latched on to Rangers creating this opposite “protest-ant” reaction against what was happening across the city… this my friend and the rise of the orange order in the west, is the real reason sectarianism came to these shores…

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  8. Your Catholic ‘church’ have been teaching so many, many untruths now for hundreds of years that it is probable, that unless well educated, that even the priests have now no idea between right and wrong….. so many now say.

    So in Biblical terms, it are Catholics who are indeed the false people, even more so than the old jewish set-up.

    Some now state online that the Catholic religion (being a man-made one, un-Godly) and the Moslem ‘religion’ (also man-made) are in point of fact, by scripture alone, the messenger AND the anti-Christ. ?

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  9. Your own wording sir, “Celtic were formed by Brother Walfrid, an Irish priest who saw the formation of the club to provide for the mainly Irish Catholic despots”

    The first sectarian football Club in GB.

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  10. AND EVEN TODAY, Catholic folks, EVEN IF THEY HATE THE CATHOLIC CHURCH/POPES/NUNS/PRIESTS……. they Still put a silly football club before their very souls, why on earth would this be so ?

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      1. They are inclusive? As long as you are not in any way British, don’t mind the singing and supporting of the bombing of this country by terrorists or are Jewish. Very inclusive.

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        1. I am British, Scottish and Protestant. I support Celtic and respect anyone’s right to stand up for what they believe just like the majority of Celtic fans do

          Rangers died in 2012 and the new shambolic tribute club which has risen from the ashes is even more rotten to the core than The original inception was..this is a club who cannot even keep quiet for 60 seconds to honor the dead of their own people

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          1. You are deluded. You have truly went into the full Celtic mindset. How do you think those poor Israeli families felt this season when hounded outside of Septic Park? Did they feel welcome? How about the hanging Protestant effigies? Was that some sort of weird welcome? How about those that died at the hands of the IRA? Are they welcome to hear songs in their support? Both sides have their problems but the astonishing thing is that it will never be wiped out as Celtic fans have thier heads in the sand about the massive problem that their club is breeding. You would have thought that they would have learned from the horrible mistakes of sticking their head in the sand in the past.

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      1. Same as no right minded Scotsman would ever support a club which openly promotes terrorism against their own country or doesn’t even fly the flag of their own country. It’s a shambles of a schizophrenic club.

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  11. I find it so strange that a proper christian protestant against the Catholic Church teachings could EVER describe Himself as a Celtic fan, this is beyond the reach

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    1. …and here comes the child abuse retort .. when all else fails and you’ve been well and truly clamped up, wheel out the sick glorification of an individuals warped mind

      As predicted you would about 30 posts ago

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  12. Gary, tbh ye just sound like any other unbeliever in the Christ resurrection buddy, I have no hatred against you yourself mate….I just think that ye are indoctrinated by the evil side of football here in Scotland…. as are many Gers fans that I also know of and squirm at how that Bible tells the END Times.

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  13. Fail fail Gary – I notice you are ignoring all the last posts above. You are the human equivalent of an ostrich. Plus you better let all the footballing authorities know that Rangers have died as they seem to have missed that fact.

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