Chris Sutton issues response to Rangers fan accusing him of being obsessed
By Amir Mir
A Rangers fan has accused Chris Sutton of having an “obsession” with his club but spelt the word wrong to the amusement of the former Celtic striker.
BT Sports pundit Sutton told the supporter to “lay off the red wine” and learn how to spell the word correctly.
This season has been a turbulent campaign for the Gers which has seen them struggle in the Scottish Premiership and suffer a number of defeats to their Old Firm rivals.
Celtic are unbeaten on the domestic scene this term with Brendan Rodgers side beating their rivals on three occasions.
As a result of their suffering, former Premier League winner Sutton has issued a number of tasty comments at the club.
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This has seen supporters and pundits, including former player Robbie Savage, accuse him of being obsessed with Rangers as you can see below.
“Chris, you have to stay off the red wine when you are on BT Sports. You clearly have an obsession with my club Rangers,” the fan told posted on his personal Twitter account.
@chris_sutton73 Chris you have to stay off the red wine when you are on bt sports your clearly have an obession with my club rangers fc
— Phoenix afc (@darrenc87161636) March 4, 2017
“Thanks for the advice. I’d stay off the red wine if I was you when trying to spell obsession,” Sutton responded on his personal Twitter account.
Thanks for the advice Darren!! I'd stay off the red wine if I was you when trying to spell obsession….???? https://t.co/mrA8J1Bu3K
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) March 4, 2017
At time moment in time, the Gers are without a manager and sitting in third place in the SPL table on 46 points from their 27 games.
They are a mammoth 33 points behind leaders Celtic and six points behind second-placed Aberdeen.
After suffering two defeats in three SPL matches, the Glasgow club turned their fortunes around with a thumping 6-0 win against Hamilton.
They strolled to victory at Ibrox and put their name in the hat for the semi-final stages of the Scottish Cup where they could potentially meet Celtic.
In other Rangers news, manager twist, the club expect to make an appointment by Monday.