Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has demanded Rangers inform their supporters to go house from their title celebration in Glasgow.
Followers have been out within the metropolis because the afternoon having seen their facet have their triumph confirmed with Celtic’s 0-Zero draw with Dundee United.
Hundreds of Gers followers flocked to Glasgow’s George Sq. to have fun however had been instantly discouraged from doing so by Sturgeon, who congratulated the membership on their second of glory – the 55th of their historical past.
They had been additionally noticed having fun with themselves outdoors Ibrox and in different areas of the town, waving flags and letting off smoke bombs as they hailed Steven Gerrard and his males.
She politely reminded them that gathering in crowds risked lives because the nation continues to cope with the coronvirus pandemic, and it’d even result in a delay within the third nationwide lockdown being lifted.
Rangers followers are nonetheless partying although and in a second tweet Sturgeon labelled the crowds ‘infuriating’ and ‘disgraceful’ earlier than asking the membership themselves to inform supporters to go house.
She tweeted: “I share people’ anger at this. Everybody has made so many sacrifices previously yr & seeing a minority danger our progress is infuriating & disgraceful.
“It’s deeply unfair to the whole nation, and the police have a tough sufficient job already. Please ask followers to go house @RangersFC.”
It’s the second day of celebrations with many partying on Saturday earlier than they’d even beat St Mirren 3-Zero at Ibrox.
They continued afterwards and Celtic’s slip, confirming the title win, noticed much more events and gathering happen.