What's it got to do with politics? Tav has just explained yet again it's nothing to do with politics and we still have this nonsense being spouted.Weather i agree with it or not, i won't be booing any Rangers player. I also think politics should be kept out of sport, and how long does this need to go on for?
Seems like the end of the debate.
Really need to look at yourself and how others see you. Tav and Goldson have made it crystal clear what they would like us to do to support the team. Not a lot to ask and in no way political.They are not different things and it is free advertising. BLM don't give a toss about black lives. That's been proven time and again. Kneeling only pays homage to these rats. I am totally against the knee for too many reasons to write here. I think Rangers do more with their own welcoming message than the knee ever will. There is so much more that could be done without a nod to BLM. All that being said I would never boo the players ever, never mind for the gesture of the knee. I firmly believe that politics, left and right, white and black divisive virtue signaling has no place in sports, period. Especially for me at Rangers. Sports and football in particular was always an escape from this garbage. Let's get back to concentrating on football, zero politics and find new innovative ways to deliver a message of inclusiveness and racial issues.
Don't be, it's been important for all this to come out ahead of tomorrow's game. If there is booing and the rats come after us, this thread is 34 pages and counting of evidence of massive opposition to the booing among Rangers fans.Despise this thread and I’m sorry for starting it.