(Screenshot) Celtic fans spotted worrying about Rangers’ form on a livestream chat during Florida Cup game

Rangers put on a spectacular show in their last game in the Florida cup as the Gers came back from two down at half-time to record a 4-2 victory against Corinthians.



Graeme Murty’s men showed great heart against the Brazilian outfit and new boys Sean Goss and Jamie Murphy looked particularly impressive with the duo recording an assist each.

The vigour on display from their rivals and the brilliant performances put in by their new signings seemed to have got Celtic fans a bit upset during a live stream of the match.

A screenshot which shows certain Celtic fans visibly being unhappy about their Glasgow rivals looking good has been doing the rounds online and has led to a wee bit of banter online.

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8 thoughts on “(Screenshot) Celtic fans spotted worrying about Rangers’ form on a livestream chat during Florida Cup game”

  1. Fake news. No Celtic fan would have a red coloured font trust me. Unlike the dying club (2nd time around), we are quite meticulous when it comes to that sort of thing. Let the zombies get carried away as they’re going to come down to earth with an almighty administration crash.

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  2. What a load of fabricated pish this article is,the only other explanation,if the tweets ARE genuine,is that they were from clueless bhoys,or trolling sevconuts.
    Celtic fans concerned about sevco’s form,in what can now for the first time,in my puff anyway, trueley be described as a Mickey Mouse cup? don’t make me laugh.
    This break is exactly what the jaded champions required in order to recharge the batteries and come back refreshed for a treble winning push.
    All this American tournament has done is show the world what despicable kinds of human beings,and i use the term human beings loosely,follow this club,and shame Scotland and particularly our S.F.A who turn a blind eye to the kind of chanting heard in Florida,sung every Saturday back here in Scotland.

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