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Radio Clyde reporter in full Ibrox Deflection Mode

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Reflecting on her return to Ibrox, Alison Conroy opted to go into full deflection mode about the chorus’ of anti-Irish and anti-Catholic hatred she was engulfed by today.

Social media had highlighted the issues with a police escort for a hate march through the city centre followed by the best part of two hours of hatred pouring out of four stands.

Like most media outlets Radio Clyde have been left outside the tent this season, picking up on official club broadcasts for soundbites on their news and sports programmes. Today they were back in the good books and inside Ibrox.

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During today’s match Conroy never made any comment on Twitter about the hatred all around her. Afterwards she interviewed Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou.

Perhaps reflecting on her day spent around Ibrox she did decide to comment on how some of the abuse she heard had saddened her.

Realising the traditional need to portray the two major Glasgow clubs as equal offenders she added to that comment soon afterwards.

CLICK HERE for Radio Clyde News (toddler hit by car at busy Greenock junction), CLICK HERE for Radio Clyde Sport (Ange admits that he should have started with Kyogo through the middle). At 8.30 pm on Sunday there was no coverage of the hate march or the hate chants that upset Conroy at her place of work.

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