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Watch the hollow Guard of Honour for Ibrox heroes

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Emotion was high in the air at Ibrox last night as five serial losers said their final farewells.

As usual there were no trophies on show as the curtain was brought down on the season, back in August there was a different manager, Chairman, Sporting Director and CEO but failure takes it’s toll with heads rolling as Celtic swept to success.

Allan McGregor lost goals in the first and last minutes, in-between he was booked as he played in his last competitive game at Ibrox.

Alfredo Morelos returned to the Starting XI, huffed and puffed a little and left without scoring while Scott Arfield came off the bench with Ryan Kent and Filip Helander both missing through injury.

With five players departing Micky Beale was able to announce the exciting signing of Kieran Dowell, a free agent moving from Norwich City.

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  • MND says:

    Must be the first time I’ve seen Alfie smile.
    That was a “Thank Fcuk” I’m out of here.

    • John Copeland says:

      The first time you’ve seen big Alfoodo smile you say ! What about wee Kent ? He was like a Cheshire cat on a promise ! I always thought somebody popped his toy balloon intentionally before every game ,just to piss him off ! He looked 10 years younger at the guard of honour …..

  • John says:

    The way the stupid Huns fans think they will be saying, if you take away the first and last minute’s of the game they won 2_0. Deluded.

  • Scud Missile says:

    That guard of honour was as hollow and as empty as their TROPHY CABINET.

  • the maister says:

    -000 – 000 – 000 – 000 – got it?

  • Davie says:

    Never seem such a vast amount of talent leaving for nothing, must be £100 million gone down the lavygarglers pan.

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