Rangers to refrain from cutting Celtic’s Ibrox allocation

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Rangers are unlikely to cut Celtic’s allocation for future league matches at Ibrox, fans have been told at the club’s AGM.

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Currently Rangers’ bitter rivals are allocated the entire Broomloan Stand behind the goal.

A crowdfunder was started by a Rangers supporter looking to lobby the board to move Celtic fans into the same corner of the ground as currently given to the other ten top flight clubs.

The funding goal, which looked to fund a survey and thousands of leaflets to be handed out at home games, was reached within a couple of days.

Stewart Robertson, though, says it’s unlikely to happen. The managing director sited issues with policing and segregation at Old Firm matches.

Celtic fans in the Broomloan Stand at Ibrox. Picture: SNS

Celtic fans in the Broomloan Stand at Ibrox. Picture: SNS

Pushed further by a supporter who believed the “vast majority of fans want to see it cut”, Robertson pointed out that Celtic would then do likewise to Rangers’ allocation at Parkhead.

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