Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to react to the confirmation that Nottingham Forest have sacked their former manager Mark Warburton.
Forest announced on their official Twitter account on Sunday that Warburton, 55, and his assistant manager David Weir have had their contracts at the City Ground terminated with immediate effect.
📝 #NFFC can confirm that the contracts of Mark Warburton and David Weir have been terminated with immediate effect.
— Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) December 31, 2017
Warburton left Ibrox in acrimonious circumstances in February after a less-than-convincing return to the Scottish Premiership for Rangers.
The ex-Brentford boss helped Nottingham Forest avoid relegation from the Championship on the final day of last season and the East Midlands side are currently 14th in the table – well clear of any threat of the drop.
However it seems that Saturday’s 1-0 defeat to Sunderland at home was the final straw for owner Evangelos Marinakis, who swung the axe for the first time since taking control of the Reds earlier this year.
Rangers fans were understandably pleased to see Warburton sacked after he left a sour taste in their mouths when leaving Ibrox almost a year ago.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
warburton will be back at ibrox claiming he never resigned 😂
— Alfredo's facial expressions (@jamieminto) December 31, 2017
Why are we worried about what’s happening with Warburton? We’ve our stuff to sort out.
— Trebor (@Trebor_1872) December 31, 2017
Warburton sacked hhahahahahahahahaha
— Matt G🇬🇧 (@Matt_Gordon95) December 31, 2017
Warburton been sacked? Gotta love karma! What a fraud looool
— LauraTorrance. (@LauraTorrancex) December 31, 2017
— David Stewardson (@runfa01) December 31, 2017
Warburton sacked. Happy new year my favourite bloggers @Cjnovo992
— Barry Mackay (@Barryorthat) December 31, 2017
Magic hat no more 🤣🤣🤣#warburton
— Mick Mather (@mickmather) December 31, 2017
Warburton won the Scottish Championship title in his time at Ibrox and helped Rangers get back into the Scottish Premiership.
However his poor signings, poor football and inability to hit the ground running saw him become a much-despised figure among the terraces.