As Rangers fans will know, the club has been charged twice by Uefa over racist/sectarian chanting and will suffer a second 3,000 shortage for our next Europa League match at Ibrox, just like last time.
What some fans may less know is Celtic fans last night disgraced the country by fighting riot police in Stockholm – pure carnage.
Yes, once again TGFITW shame Scotland with sub-human behaviour, causing risk to life and limb, and what does Scotland do about it?
Humours Celtic’s claims about it. And news on it isn’t exactly easy to find – you have to actually search for the story explicitly to find it. Meanwhile Rangers’ Uefa charges for singing some naughty songs are emblazoned over the front and back pages the past week or two in a quite different take – can’t move for the story.
And to make matters worse, while Rangers’ board makes no excuses and hammers the section of our fans guilty of this, Celtic spin the line that it was AIK rival fans who ‘infiltrated’ the away support and caused the mayhem. Because this couldn’t possibly be TGFITW.
Celtic can’t even take responsibility for their fans’ shocking behaviour.
It shows a different culture, the admirable ability of Rangers to take responsibility for the issues in our own house, while Celtic deflect, blame and divert because their snowflakes can do no wrong.
Rangers have a bigotry issue – the fans have been singing this piffle for too long and it needs to be cut out. But Celtic taking the high horse is just getting a little tiring given their fans are just as guilty if not more.
By no means are we pointing the finger at Celtic like a three year and saying ‘but they did it too’ – but we would imagine treatment of those guilty really should be even handed whoever they are.
And for the avoidance of doubt, we firmly expect Legia to be charged for that flare incident last night.
But it just doesn’t seem to be the case right now.