Thursday, 15 May 2008


What a shame.

Guess by now everyone know that Rangers lost 2-0 to Zenit.

That's sad.

But what's even sadder is that one of the big screens in Picadilly Gardens did not work.

Sad. No?

Honestly, what's really sad is that riots broke out.

Blood shed.

Prior to the match, Zenit fans has been warned not to cause any racial riots/tension, and I think they did well.

However, the riots broke out from Rangers fans. Prolly because one of the big screen didn't work.

All the way there for the atmosphere and big screen because didn't manage to get a ticket for the match, and be disappointed that these people got a bad location. How unlucky.

Such a shame because prior to the game, I must admit that there was this party like atmosphere in Manchester and all around Glasgow.

Whether or not Rangers won, there was supposed to be a team (and prolly fans) welcoming home to Glasgow. Sadly, a former Celtic manager's passing scrapped the welcoming home.

Perhaps it was really worth their while.

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