McAvennie disgusted by Rangers fans 'all about wrecking places' after shock images emerge
Frank McAvennie is fuming with the Rangers fans who “wrecked” George Square in Glasgow over the weekend.
The former Celtic and St Mirren striker, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, claimed there are supporters from both Rangers and Celtic who are “all about wrecking places”.
Gers fans gathered in George Square and outside Ibrox on Sunday, after the club’s Scottish Premiership triumph was confirmed.
As quoted by the BBC, Deputy Chief Constable Malcolm Graham called the behaviour of some supporters, which led to 28 arrests, “disgraceful”.
McAvennie condemned the actions of some fans but suggested the police could have handled the situation better.
“Listen, I was annoyed with what happened over the weekend,” he told Football Insider.
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“There is an element at Celtic and Rangers which is all about wrecking places.
“I am not going to beat around the bush, I was annoyed at Celtic supporters when they did it outside Celtic Park. There is ways to vent your anger. You do not need to be abusive and wreck things.
“The crowds should have been dispersed at Ibrox. They met at Ibrox and the police walked them down. Who came up with that idea? The more they walked them the bigger the crowds got.
“Listen, they won the league and they are entitled to celebrate. You cannot knock them because it has been such a long time but there is a way to do it.
“They wrecked George Square and it is just not the right thing to do.”