Rab Douglas joined the condemnation of the Daily Record over their treatment of Liam Miller’s death.
While publishers across Scotland, Ireland and England paid their respects to a 36 year-old father of three that had died from cancer the Record decided on a different approach.
Just my opinion but very poor effort from the daily record headline on Liam’s passing.
Infact it’s terrible take it offline
— Robert Douglas (@Robert__Douglas) February 10, 2018
Miller returned to Cork from the USA in November spending his final weeks with his closest family.
When his cancer became public social media was swamped with well-wishers led by former Celtic team-mates John Hartson and Stan Petrov who both survived cancer.
The overnight news of the 36-year-old was greeted with sadness across sport with Celtic holding a minute’s silence before the 3-2 win over Partick Thistle.
— matt mcglone (@MattMcGlone9) February 10, 2018
By lunchtime the Record had changed the story in it’s entirety but once again the Glasgow based publisher found itself badly out of touch with Celtic fans.