John Lundstram’s final diabolical Rangers insult

John Lundstram’s final diabolical Rangers insult
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - MAY 11: John Lundstram of Rangers looks on before being shown a red card during the Cinch Scottish Premiership match between Celtic FC and Rangers FC at Celtic Park Stadium on May 11, 2024 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

We can’t quite get over the final insult from John Lundstram, that after exiting the club and putting out quite an emotional spiel about Rangers and the fans, the English midfielder felt it was a good idea to include his own season lowlight as a career highlight in his reel:

The red card at Celtic.

Rangers’ fan response pretty much summed up how ludicrously out-of-touch, or insulting, or downright stupid this was, that Lundstram opted to add to his Rangers career ‘highlights’ the worst single moment of his entire Ibrox spell by a mile, and claim dibs with pride on it.

Was he genuinely trying to rub into the fans that that red card arguably cost the club 56?

This was an absolute must-win, and his own goal then red card completely ended any hopes Rangers had of winning 56, and he celebrates it?

We always took Lundstram as one of our own, as a true cult hero and a guy whose heart was at Ibrox as an adopted Bear.

But then Ibrox Noise got roundly abused by quite a few fans who hurled a number of insults our way for us suggesting his OG then red card may actually have been deliberate, a bizarre hijacking of the league title pursuit.

Only for him to now actively celebrate this moment?

Doesn’t look as silly as it did, we don’t think…

We stand by it – something was not right in the way he seemed to deliberately aim his ‘shot’ towards Jack Butland’s goal, and didn’t even look that traumatised when it went in, before that absolutely shocking red card where he knew exactly what he was doing.

And now presents that to Rangers fans, pointing at it and saying how great that was?

Nope, not for us.

Unfortunately, for Ibrox Noise, Lundstram has burned bridges with Rangers now.

We have endlessly supported the boy on this site and our network since he joined, giving him intense backing and defending him.

But there’s no defending this.

It’s either staggeringly out-of-touch, astonishingly ill-conceived, stupid, or completely malevolent.

You don’t measure a person on their words, you measure them on their actions, and his actions the final 3 months then couple of weeks as a Rangers player were poor, then deplorable, then downright unforgivable.

He can say he loves us all he likes, but his actions didn’t back that up.

Can’t say we have much nice to say about him any more.

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