The nonsense about Glasgow being blue Chris Sutton

first_imgThe former English footballer believes Rangers 2-0 win over Celtic last Saturday shouldn’t be celebrated like is the World Cup.For the first time in seven years, Rangers have secured back-to-back home wins over Celtic in the Scottish Premier League.And for former Celtic footballer Chris Sutton, the Rangers fans shouldn’t celebrate like it was the FIFA World Cup Final.“These really are strange times in Glasgow. There’s a cloud hanging over one half of the city while the bunting is out on the other – but it’s the wrong way around,” Sutton was quoted by The Express.“Rangers are celebrating like they’ve won the World Cup when the reality is they have won sod all.”“Last weekend’s victory against Celtic was the equivalent of a consolation goal yet we’ve seen all this nonsense about Glasgow being blue,” he added.“It’s embarrassing. I would be ashamed to hear that guff if I was part of a squad that failed to win the league and got bundled out of both cups.”Mikey Johnston, CelticJohnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“Rangers won six games on the bounce when it didn’t matter and it was hardly a Herculean feat overcoming a Celtic side that was already over the line in the league and with precious little left in the tank,” he continued saying.“I’ve never seen a second place and no trophies celebrated in Glasgow.”“The reaction has been way over the top – but not just from Rangers fans,” he said.“Celtic supporters have gone way too far the other way as well. This weekend they will be presented with the Premiership trophy and then it’s the Scottish Cup Final and the chance to become the first side to win a treble Treble.”🕰️ ON THIS DAY: @scottyarf signed for #RangersFC one year ago today.— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) May 14, 2019last_img read more