Date: 16th May 2018 at 6:30pm
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Ten years after Manchester was hit with it’s worst attack since the blitz twitter users have been reliving the day Scotland’s Shame headed down the M74 to enjoy the spectacle of the UEFA Cup Final.

Over 100,000 of the dregs of society hit the road to inflict their brand of culture on the English city with lowlifes from across the UK joining in the feast of shop lifting, drunkenness and public disorder.

From early on the day of the match coach-fulls of drunks were being deposited in the city centre with nothing more on their mind than to drink the city dry and let the locals know about the cultural superiority of their visitors.

From lunchtime the news started to get worrying with television crews reporting from the Fanzone unable to broadcast due to threats and intimidation with most of the background scenes unable to be broadcast.

Shops and businesses in Manchester decided to pull down the shutters from early afternoon as staff were threatened and attacked as the People lapped up the sunshine, booze and attention.

By tea-time the atmosphere was poisonous with police in damage containment mode as big screens were switched off leaving drunken fans to search for pubs prepared to serve then.

As darkness fell cars throughout the city centre area were trashed as PC Mick Regan was kicked to within inches of his life.

As the runners-up returned to Glasgow to lose the SPL title to Celtic they played the Chelsea fans card to deflect blame away from their own global fanbase.