Celtic hero Alan Thompson has aimed a pop at Rangers after the Ibrox outfit have been formally declared Scottish Premiership champions.
Fans of their hundreds descended on the stadium yesterday after they beat St Mirren 3-0, then in the present day once more after the Hoops dropped factors away to Dundee Utd, which means Gers have been mathematically unable to be stopped.
— Alan Thompson (@Alantommo8) March 7, 2021
Flares and smoke bombs together with fireworks have been set off by supporters and smoke plumes stuffed the air outdoors the bottom, And when the Light Blues sealed their title, Thompson couldn’t miss the chance to take intention at his former rivals after they gained their first league trophy in 10 years.
Referencing the smoke from the flares, Thompson shared an image with the caption: “Live image from Ibrox because the cleaner opens the trophy cabinet. #10yrsofdust”. His picture racked up hundreds of likes and shares after it was posted.
Gers followers delighted in watching their facet win the title and congregated outdoors the bottom in hundreds. It comes after they welcomed supervisor Steven Gerrard into the stadium yesterday with fireworks and extra flares.
Thompson, in the meantime, was not the one former Celt to take a cheeky dig at Rangers. Chris Sutton sarcastically applauded their ‘one in a row’, whereas Roy Keane refused to congratulate the Glasgow giants on Sky Sports.