Everyone, Anyone- except Ibrox fans are getting the blame for the carnage inflicted on Glasgow city centre of Saturday night.
After breaking the law to assemble around Ibrox a reported 15,000 then laid siege to Glasgow city centre, all of them breaking the Law on Social Distancing, many of them breaking the Law by drinking alcohol in public.
Whenever the focus settles on the Ibrox support the clubs have well-established routines to deflect blame elsewhere.
Normally it starts with heavy handed or inadequate policing, after that it sprawls off in various directions and almost always makes mention of so-called fans and a small or tiny minority.
Chelsea fans are often the source of violence, on Saturday their team was in the FA Cup Final with Sheffield United, Falkirk and St Mirren fans stepping in to take attention away from the real culprits.
Meanwhile it seems investigations are on-going with the Police Scotland investigation into the Ibrox players version of Sweet Caroline.
In today’s episode of “It Wisnae Us Tae Blame”, the carnage at George Square is now being attributed to St.Mirren, Falkirk and Sheffield United fans. Anybody but Rangers fans then.@CairtersSMFC pic.twitter.com/B7Cw4TLxRy
— Huey (@h__u__e__y) May 18, 2021
It wiz St Mirren fans, kafflik schools and Kenmure St that carried oot the riot. pic.twitter.com/LYaaDfkTih
— Cairters Corner (@CairtersSMFC) May 18, 2021
So that’s how many fans now accounted for in the troubles…6 out of 10/20 thousand? Bizarre behaviour to say ‘other teams firms were there and started it’ ? rangers fans over exuberance pure n simple!
— Jaydee7877 (@Jaydee1111111) May 18, 2021
Even going by that nonsense the 3 Falkirk few saints fans and 2 boys from Sheffield were in every scrap there lol
— Gavin Kean (@Gavinkean10Me) May 18, 2021
Let’s not forget those Chelsea fans forever besmirching the good name of rangers
— Martin Brennan ? (@martinbrennan67) May 19, 2021
‘Humza forced us to be violent racists and fight wi the polis, it’s his fault’.
— Stef1888 (@stef18881) May 19, 2021