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RANGERS Football Club today issued a stark warning to supporters not to engage in any sectarian singing at tomorrow's UEFA Champions League match against Manchester United at Ibrox and at future club fixtures.

The Light Blues have been informed by a number of sources that sectarian behaviour will put the club at serious risk of punishment from UEFA and other footballing authorities.

This includes the singing of songs such as the Billy Boys which is banned by UEFA.

Strathcyde Police has also informed the club it plans to take a zero tolerance approach to sectarian behaviour.

Rangers chief executive Martin Bain said: "The majority of our supporters agree that sectarian singing has no place at Rangers and, working together, the fans and the club have made great strides in recent years to address this behaviour.

"Indeed, a number of fans themselves have raised the issue of sectarian singing recently and the club made an appeal at our AGM for it to stop, which was overwhelmingly backed by those present.

"Unfortunately, there are still those who ignore the club and their fellow fans, with no regard for the consequences of their actions.

"We are making it very clear to supporters we have reliable information that if sectarian singing is evident at our matches, it will put the club at serious risk of punishment and also puts supporters at risk of arrest.

"Our position as a club is that we condemn all forms of sectarian behaviour and we are united with our supporters groups in trying to eradicate it.

"Fans who engage in such behaviour only let themselves, other supporters and the club down."

Robin Howe, Chief Superintendent of Strathclyde Police and the Ibrox Match Commander, said: "Sectarian or racist behaviour is a criminal offence and those who persist in such behaviour risk arrest.

"We want all fans to enjoy tomorrow night's match and take on board the information that is being given to them."

Andy Kerr, President of the Rangers Supporters Assembly, said: "Many Rangers fans are concerned at the increase in sectarian singing among a section of our support and we are determined to work together to increase our self-policing activities.

"There is only so much the club can do - it's up to us as fans to get our house in order."

What the fuck is some at the clubs problem? What fucking songs is it?

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RANGERS Football Club today issued a stark warning to supporters not to engage in any sectarian singing at tomorrow's UEFA Champions League match against Manchester United at Ibrox and at future club fixtures.

The Light Blues have been informed by a number of sources that sectarian behaviour will put the club at serious risk of punishment from UEFA and other footballing authorities.

This includes the singing of songs such as the Billy Boys which is banned by UEFA.

Strathclyde Police has also informed the club it plans to take a zero tolerance approach to sectarian behaviour.

Rangers chief executive Martin Bain said: "The majority of our supporters agree that sectarian singing has no place at Rangers and, working together, the fans and the club have made great strides in recent years to address this behaviour.

"Indeed, a number of fans themselves have raised the issue of sectarian singing recently and the club made an appeal at our AGM for it to stop, which was overwhelmingly backed by those present.

"Unfortunately, there are still those who ignore the club and their fellow fans, with no regard for the consequences of their actions.

"We are making it very clear to supporters we have reliable information that if sectarian singing is evident at our matches, it will put the club at serious risk of punishment and also puts supporters at risk of arrest.

"Our position as a club is that we condemn all forms of sectarian behaviour and we are united with our supporters groups in trying to eradicate it.

"Fans who engage in such behaviour only let themselves, other supporters and the club down."

Robin Howe, Chief Superintendent of Strathclyde Police and the Ibrox Match Commander, said: "Sectarian or racist behaviour is a criminal offence and those who persist in such behaviour risk arrest.

"We want all fans to enjoy tomorrow night's match and take on board the information that is being given to them."

Andy Kerr, President of the Rangers Supporters Assembly, said: "Many Rangers fans are concerned at the increase in sectarian singing among a section of our support and we are determined to work together to increase our self-policing activities.

"There is only so much the club can do - it's up to us as fans to get our house in order."

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Their problem?

Thought that was obvious.

There are some clowns that cannot stop singing sings that are banned and its gonna cost the club, either money or points or even worse participation.

Thats the problem!

What songs would that be? Come on sherlock at Ibrox stadium what songs are banned. You says "sings" meaning songs obviously so what 1.

Btw you are a shitebag (tu)

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Their problem?

Thought that was obvious.

There are some clowns that cannot stop singing sings that are banned and its gonna cost the club, either money or points or even worse participation.

Thats the problem!

Clowns? Are you referring to the majority of our magnificant away support?

Oh and the establishment.. 1872 pal. (tu)

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So is it hymns tommorow, or will they be classed as bigoted?

What the fuck is the problem, seriously? Not one song we sing is naughty.

Oh well lets sing about killing children, british citizens and soon being no protestants at all. Then we will be ok.

Freedom of speach is not applicable to british protestants

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One rule for one, another rule for the others................The Iraoke has been going on week in week out, nothing, we get a bit of momentum going as a club, a good feeling about our club and the authorities bring up this pish!

Why dont we grow a set?

Anything to do with the words Liewell and Dr Death wispered into Platinis ears when he was here for the game at the San Giro few weeks ago?

Anything to do with the complaints against us made by the Celtic family to Uefa?

Anything to do with Celtic not being in Europe? Jealousy maybe?

These people make me sick, trying to silence us with their PC high n mighty crap.

Free speach ya c*nts! Get it up yeez!

Pardon my french

(tu)

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Their problem?

Thought that was obvious.

There are some clowns that cannot stop singing sings that are banned and its gonna cost the club, either money or points or even worse participation.

Thats the problem!

I hope you never go to Ibrox again you politically correct, poofy bastard.

Songs are songs, get a fucking life. They dont hurt anyone.

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