Fan leader steps down as Rangers face Hibs

Fan leader steps down as Rangers face Hibs
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 20: Rangers fans during the UEFA Europa League round of 32 first leg match between Rangers FC and Sporting Braga at Ibrox Stadium on February 20, 2020 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Ibrox Noise was saddened to learn the Union Bears’ lead capo Ross Mc (surname concealed for obvious reasons) is to step down today with the Hibs match his last with the loudspeaker before moving on to pastures new.

The UB have been a real voice for fans in the past few years, and while not every Rangers supporter endorses the fanbase’s ultras, there’s no denying Ibrox would be a very very quiet place without their noise and support.

Indeed, “Ibrox Noise” is very much what the UB does, literally, and the stadium is infinitely richer for it.

And with Ross hanging up his mic after today, the UB will seek to find a new leader.

His work especially spearheading the stunning Clyde display of fireworks on the success of 55 remains and always will be his UB pinnacle, and while of course hundreds of fans were involved in that, it has to be his ‘crowning achievement’ as one of our sources put it to us.

Pictured above with the red speaker, Ross moves on after today, and we shall see what is next for the supporter group in BF1.

Best wishes Ross, from all of us at Ibrox Noise.

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