Manager antics on the touchline have always made headlines due to their inspiring, commanding and at times, hilarious tones. As far as fun and bizarre touchline actions go, interim Rangers boss Graeme Murty’s name getting mentioned is a certainty.
In a match against Dundee United last season, Harry Forrester failed to convert a sitter from six yards out, prompting an animated reaction from the then caretaker manager Graeme Murty.
Murty closed his eyes in disbelief before reverse rolling to a headstand position. Rangers lost the game 2-1 and went on to finish third behind winners Celtic and rivals Aberdeen.
The Murty Headstand, as it is called by Rangers fans and footballing buffs around the world, has spawned numerous tributes by fans, memes and hilarious impressions.
In an amusing take on the Murty Headstand, a Twitter user uploaded an image of an upside down snowman and captioned it as ‘Murty The Snowman’.
The Gers fan seems to have taken advantage of the heavy snowfall lashing the Scottish peninsula as he created the eccentric figure in his backyard. The tweet has since gone viral and now has over a thousand likes while countless people have shared it on social media.
Check out the uproarious post below-