After gathering their thoughts on Saturday’s sickening scenes across Glasgow city centre Nicola Sturgeon and Humza Yousaf had a consistent message to deliver today.
There were a few slips and deflections but as they condemned the carnage caused by thousands of Covidiots they identified the root of the problem being the bile and anti-Catholic attitude of many of the law-breakers. The First Minister asked what ‘Rangers’ would do about the issue.
Despite the outward appearance of embracing diversity that image has never appeared comfortable inside Ibrox. The video below suggests that the current multi-cultural squad have embraced the culture of the locals who worship and support them.
Yes and if you check and pause this longer video at 0.12 you will see one of the Stewards trying to stop a guy recording it! pic.twitter.com/8wp20f85PP
— D Mcguire (@DMcGCfc1888) May 17, 2021
— The Retro Celtic? (@RetroCeltic) May 16, 2021
Maybe the players could be sent on this course I found https://t.co/E4p5NnHLLo
— rich uncle pennybags (@ChiefWiggum15) May 16, 2021
And here’s Gary Ralston in his match report calling out their support for the add on at the Feyenoord match.
Wonder if he’ll be so quick to condemn the team. pic.twitter.com/ZWR73pyQ02
— Celtic Research (@CelticResearch) May 16, 2021
Licenced premises in Glasgow aren’t allowed to serve alcohol. The pubs of Paisley Road, Queen Street and St Vincent Street won’t be serving alcohol indoors, on Saturday that law seemed to be broken inside Ibrox.
In August the First Minister mentioned a yellow card, her reaction on Monday will determine if that was an empty threat or not.