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Fan Causes Absolute Outrage After Wearing A Celtic-Rangers Mash-Up Shirt

Fan Causes Absolute Outrage After Wearing A Celtic-Rangers Mash-Up Shirt

Ahead of the Old Firm derby at Celtic Park, a football fan decided to cause quite a bit of stir online with his Celtic and Rangers shirt.

Adnan Riaz

Adnan Riaz

A football fan has caused absolute outrage on social media after wearing a mash-up shirt of Celtic and Rangers.

Oh, yes, this fan actually went there!

Ahead of the Old Firm derby, the Scottish Sun sent out one of its reporters posing in the shirt and, unsurprisingly, many fans were not impressed.

Check it out below.

Sacrilegious, right?

It's like seeing a fan turn up with a mash-up shirt of Manchester United and Liverpool or Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal, not to mention Barcelona and Real Madrid or Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.

"No Celtic or Rangers fan would ever wear this nonsense," one user wrote on Facebook.

Another said: "That's so wrong, it's almost as bad as wearing a Sheffield Wednesday/Sheffield [United] shirt."

Someone else wrote: "Most hated man in Scotland."

A fourth added: "That's brave."


Celtic are top of the Scottish Premiership and are ten points clear of second-placed Rangers.

Neil Lennon, who took over the reigning Scottish Premiership champions as interim manager after the departure of Brendan Rodgers to Leicester City, has said that his future at the club does not depend on the result of the derby.

"As far as I am aware, my remit here does not revolve around one or two games," he said (via BBC Sport).


"My role here does not depend on Sunday's result. It will depend on whether we can deliver trophies and I assume, in particular, the league title.

"Win, lose or draw, it is not going to have an effect either way."

With Lennon's men hosting Rangers at Celtic Park, the 47-year-old manager believes that the home supporters will set the atmosphere for the derby.


"I want Rangers to feel the noise and the power that we can generate in the stadium, not just from the team, but the supporters as well," he said.

"I think that is what being at home in a derby is all about. We generate that atmosphere and we feed off that."

Who will win out of Celtic and Rangers in tomorrow's derby?

Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: Scottish Sun

Topics: SPORT, Football News, Celtic, Football, Scottish Premiership, Neil Lennon, Brendan Rodgers, Old Firm, Scotland, Rangers