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Product Recall? Castore brand takes a tanking as Ibrox anger grows

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Growing evidence is emerging online of the shabby treatment of Ibrox fans snapping up their ‘better never stops’ Castore kit.

Social media and message boards have been swamped with examples of good quality kit and an almost total absence of customer service.

It seems that orders made online are subject to a post code lottery, if your kit is manufactured in China it will have a passing resemblance of the shirt being worn by James Tavernier and Ryan Kent.

Elsewhere you can be looking at the sort of fake kits that turn up at market stalls with lettering unlikely to survive it’s first 50-50 challenge with a washing machine.

After the incredible build up given to the kit launch and the celebrity introduction of Phil and Tom Beahon it seems that all those involved are keeping a low profile.

Marketing Guru James Bisgrove appears to be on annual leave with SLO and a couple of gallant volunteers left to man the barricades telling anxious bears to calm down.

The good news for Ibrox fans is that the kit on sale from Sports Direct seems to be of an acceptable quality.

It appears that the bad news stories have escaped the attention of the social media vultures at the old media outlets.

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