Well, whilst we’re basking in the glory of another title win, Rangers are doing their best to make it even sweeter.
After ‘threatening’ to make things a title race this season – yeah, okay – the Gers have imploded and have now got rid of Graeme Murty.
A man who simply stepped in to try and help the club, he’s been utterly thrown under a bus, and plenty of our fans are not impressed with the Gers on Twitter:
Steven Gerrard should be watching how this lot treated their last 4 managers, the horrific threats and name calling by their fans. They couldn't spell respect or dignity. Murty has been treated like a dog and so will the next poor bugger that doesn't give them instant success.
— Nikki. (@nicnakpaddywak1) May 1, 2018
Terrible the way he's been treated. Seems like a nice guy.
— Annmarie (@annmarie_h16) May 1, 2018
So when he was winning they were calling for make sure he gets the job but now was thrown under a bus horrible club
— Brennan Bhoy (@BrennanMatin) May 1, 2018
As a Celtic fan he really was thrown to the wolves, the Rangers Board should be ashamed how they have treated Murty.
All the best to him.
— Peter B (@18peter88) May 1, 2018
Aye cos it was aw his fault. The caretaker. The guy doin them a favour cos the manager got sacked and the guy they wanted to replace him said No. Murtys to blame ???? ????
— IndyCelt (@BarrheadAYE) May 1, 2018
Poor guy has been left hung out to dry ….what a waste of a young coach…. All the best Graeme
— Tumshy_Heid (@Tumshyheedfeed) May 1, 2018
Thrown under a bus. Classless but expected.
— Fenner (@Trollersimmons) May 1, 2018
Don’t normally care abt rangers news, but this man has been treated poorly, shame on the board
— Forrestwalklgs (@Forrestwalklgs1) May 1, 2018
Should we be surprised? Scape goat for King
— Celtictankie (@celtictankie) May 1, 2018
I don’t really care about Rangers and what they get up to because, in recent years, it’s more than made us chuckle and strengthened our position.
I do feel sorry a bit for Murty, though, because he was just simply trying to help out in a role that he wasn’t really ready for.
Hopefully his next employers treat him far better than that mob, whilst I feel bad for whoever comes in as well.
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