BBC pundit sends hilarious response as official Celtic site brutally trolls Rangers fans
The people in charge of the Celtic social media account were having a bit of fun today as they posted a cheeky message trolling Rangers fans.
After the 4-0 hammering in the Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday, you might have thought they’d take it easy on their rivals, but no such luck.
On Wednesday morning they posted a message saying, “Broony was head-over-heels on Sunday!” with a laughing-out-loud emoji.
They attached four pictures of four players scoring for Celtic, and the final one was Kenny Miller, who was suspended by Rangers for a bust-up with manager Graeme Murty.
To rub it in even more, the goal he was celebrating was against Rangers.
Broony was head-over-heels on Sunday! ????
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) April 18, 2018
Celtic and Rangers fans piled onto the post, but it also caught the attention of BBC Sportsound pundit Tam McManus, who added his own reaction to the masses.
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His tweet just contained a gif of a young man looking at his phone and reeling back in shock.
— Tam McManus (@The_Tman10) April 18, 2018
Football Insider verdict:
Okay, Rangers fans might not agree, but this is pretty funny from the Celtic account. It’s maybe none to subtle, but just about enough to get away with it, although Rangers fans won’t be happy. McManus sums up the reaction that most people thought when they saw the tweet. Hopefully fans can take it in the right spirit and not get too wound up about it, although nerves may be fairly raw on the blue side of Glasgow.