Rangers fans have been left fuming on social media after it was revealed that the club had agreed a deal with Hummel to become their new kit provider.
The Light Blues, who currently wear equipment made by Puma, confirmed via both their official Twitter account and official website, that they had put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the Danish based manufacturer.
???? #RangersFC has today confirmed that the new technical kit supplier for next season will be Hummel who have been appointed on an initial three year agreement.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) April 20, 2018
The club stated in their official announcement that there had been over 10 offers on the table for a new provider of equipment, and that it was the Gers who made the executive decision to go for the company which was founded in Hamburg, Germany.
However, fans were less than impressed with the move, taking to Twitter to voice their rage at the long-term deal which had been penned, and urging the club to make an announcement over their manager rather than the kits.
Here, Football Insider has rounded up a selection of the supporters’ best Tweets:
Do the arrows represent our season?
— Jamie Stewart???????? (@1690Jamie) April 20, 2018
Should of died when we had the chance
— Cammy (@1872Cameron) April 20, 2018
Don’t care. Murty out
— Allyyyy (@AllyB93__) April 20, 2018
Announce friendly with Afghanistan in Kabul
— OnlyAnExcuse aka Danny (@OnlyAnExcuse) April 20, 2018
Murty out. NOW
— Malcolm (@malkyx97) April 20, 2018
Losing the will to live with this mob …
— BoyAboutTown (@BoyAboutTown83) April 20, 2018
We know. And we are disappointed tbh…..
— Niall (@NiallPowers91) April 20, 2018
Confirm new manager appointed on three year agreement
— Div Higgins (@divhiggins) April 20, 2018
Hummel already make kits for the likes of fifth placed Eredivisie side FC Utrecht, as well as the Afghani, Danish and Lithuanian national sides, while in Scotland they supply Clyde with their match shirts and training wear.
Middlesbrough are another club which have agreed a deal with the Danish supplier from the start of the 2018/19 season.
In other Rangers news, the fans have been lauded for their display at Hampden Park.