Getting caught up in the excitement yesterday, Kenny Macintyre tweeted a short video clip of the ‘incredible atmosphere’.
That will be the incredible atmosphere that had thousands screaming about the fantasy of being upto their knees in the blood of Catholics, a song that ‘Rangers’ fan Macintyre will know well as a lifelong fan of the clubs.
Whether a BBC Scotland reporter had permission to share a video clip from his privileged media access is another issue.
Anyone with a couple of years of experience of attending the Glasgow Derby will be well aware of the poisonous songbook from Ibrox supporters.
You can either highlight and condemn the songs of hate or ignore them. Macintyre was obviously getting a buzz out of the incredible atmosphere which says everything about his journalistic values.
Incredible atmosphere……. pic.twitter.com/cFnzeJSxXq
— Kenny Macintyre (@kennymacsport) April 17, 2022
If you like that sectarian shite which you obviously do
— .???????. (@motoonhibby) April 17, 2022
Any comments on the sectarian singing from the Rangers fans Kenny….no thought not , you are one of those bigots
— Sailorbhoy (@PeterMacaula) April 18, 2022
— Cairters Corner (@CairtersSMFC) April 17, 2022
Poisonous, you mean?
— Graeme Reid (@GraemeReid9) April 17, 2022
Rangers are my team, never hidden that. Be strange to have someone working on Sportsound that didn’t support a team.
As for Kris Boyd. I know at times he is a wind up merchant, but he talks up our game. Would he be in the Sky studio tonight if he wasn’t such a big personality?
— Kenny Macintyre (@kennymacsport) January 31, 2022