Rangers fans mock Celtic on Twitter after humiliation, Joey Barton issues a response
By Amir Mir
Celtic suffered one of the worst defeats in their history as they lost 1-0 a Champions League qualifier to minnows Red Imps – and Rangers fans on Twitter mocked their rivals for humiliating Scottish football.
It was Rodgers’ first game as Celtic boss and prompted criticism of the players and staff from red-faced Celtic supporters.
But, it was their rivals who enjoyed the moment, including Rangers player Joey Barton who tweeted laughing emojis soon after their shock defeat.
One Gers fans mocked their supporters for losing to a side with part-time jobs, while another envisaged an easy victory when the two giants meet later on this season.
Another Rangers supporter stated it is a great day for the club as Mark Warburton and David Weir signed new contracts, Celtic lost and Stan Collymore left TalkSport.
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The loss will go down as one of the worst defeats in Celtic history with their rival fans stating the club showed no heart and that Rangers would have thumped the minnows.
Here are the Rangers supporters reacting to Celtic’s shock defeat:
wit chance ye got playing against the big boys in the champions league if ye can't score past a part time team fae Gibraltar ????
— Callum (@1872Callum) July 12, 2016
— Joey Barton (@Joey7Barton) July 12, 2016
Oh the irony of Celtic losing to a team of postmen, firmen etc after slagging rangers for ONLY beating such teams all last season…????????????
— David Mitchell (@DavedMitchell) July 13, 2016
Is it a good time to ask if Celtic / Rangers should join the Premier League?
— Dean Maloney (@deanohornet) July 13, 2016
— Douglas Lloyd (@DouglasLloydUK) July 12, 2016
• Warburton & Weir new contracts ✔️
• Celtic humiliated by Semi-pros ✔️
• Collymore shown the door ✔️
What a day to be a #rangers fan ????????
— g r e g o r (@mrgregorallan) July 12, 2016
Haha Celtic, champions lol bring on the old firm Derby I'll guess 5-0 rangers haha !!!!
— KEIREN HUNTER (@KEIRENHUNTER) July 12, 2016
Well done Celtic! Once again letting Scottish football down again! Don't worry Rangers will show how it's done next season.
— Rhys (@__rlw) July 12, 2016