Breaking! Rangers hit by Lock Out Protest! Revolting Bears padlock the gates at Murray Park and launch bedsheet protest!

REVOLTING BEARS last night made the first move at a supporters led revolution at Rangers by padlocking shut the rusty gates at Murray Park and unfurling a bed-sheet protest banner.

We’ve not had a good bed sheet protest from the Rangers support since the time they told HMRC that they wouldn’t stand idly by and watch their club die.

They went on to stand idly by and watched their club die then pretended that it never happened, but that’s old news and a story we all know only too well.

Last night some angry Bears descended on Murray Park, got out their bedsheet and padlocked the gates shut.

So the unsuspecting Rangers players arriving at training later this morning will have to jump the fence to get in if there’s not a local locksmith handy and available for emergencies.

Here are the photographs of the protest – the HMRC lettering is gone and in its place it simply states that “WE DESERVE BETTER” .


*That We Will Not Stand Idly By bedsheet was featured on the brilliant Explaining Debt to a H** video on You Tube. If anyone didn’t see it in 2012 it’s well worth watching.

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