One wacky Ibrox fan has had his claim for ‘Rangers discrimination’ dismissed by a Scottish court.
Despite the regular chants of ‘No one likes us, we don’t care’, Edward McClung of McClung Strategy and Projects Ltd tried to sue two companies for £80,000 due to lost opportunities which he claims was driven by the club he supports!.
McClung claimed that his support for the Ibrox Tribute Act resulted in various slurs and put downs. It seems that at the age of 51 the torment of Celtic’s domination drove him to breaking point.
Trying to equate his choice of football club with racial or religious discrimination is far fetched with common sense kicking in after lots of media attention.
The Sun report Employment Judge Lucy Wiseman concluding:
However fanatical [Mr McClung’s] support for Rangers, it lacked the required characteristics of cogency, cohesion and importance.
I say that because support for Rangers has no larger consequences for humanity as a whole, nothing underpinning it beyond a desire for the team to do well/win and no impact on how people lived their lives.
At this moment McClung’s team are five points behind Celtic in the SPFL Premiership, on the back of a 4-0 hiding from the hoops. It happens.
Scud Missile says:
September 7, 2022 at 1:05 pm
Jim Duffy says:
September 7, 2022 at 2:10 pm
Scouse bhoy says:
September 7, 2022 at 2:44 pm
Right tell Jeremy Beadle to come out we all know he is having a laugh.
Just what sort or type of normality is that waste of space.
This has got to be a joke , even for Sevco brain-dead fuckwits.
This accusation was front page headlines in the radar dont bet on the verdict getting the same headline. Scotlands sevco shame.
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