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27th Feb, 2018 | 9:30am

'He is absolutely wrong', 'Sack him' - Rangers fans react to Murty comments on Celtic player

Rangers manager Graeme Murty thanked Celtic captain Scott Brown for his work with the Scottish national team after announcing his retirement from international football – and it’s created a big split among Rangers supporters.
The 32-year-old has decided to call it quits with Scotland and concentrate on club football after winning 55 caps for his country but failing to help them reach a major finals.
Brown has retired from international football previously before changing his mind and returning to the fold although it is unlikely the Celtic star could possibly change his mind again.

Murty’s comments, as quoted by Press Association’s Andy Newport on Twitter have sparked a reaction from Rangers fans
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:

The Gers boss is a former Scotland international after winning four caps while a full-back for Reading but never shared a pitch with Brown as a player for Scotland.
The Celtic captain made his international debut against the United States in 2005 and previously announced his international retirement in August 2016.
Brown has been a key player for Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic this season as they aim to lift a seventh successive Scottish title and complete a historic back-to-back treble.
The 32-year-old has made 43 appearances for the Scottish champions this season.
In other Rangers news, controversial TalkSport host Adrian Durham has claimed that this key Celtic man must quit Parkhead at the end of the season because of the Light Blues.
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