Uk news Barry Ferguson in Rangers fan row after Celtic season ticket poser PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The former Ibrox captain backed Parkhead fans to buy up spaces as Parkhead despite a tough campaign.

Uk news Barry Ferguson in Rangers fan row after Celtic season ticket poser PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The former Ibrox captain backed Parkhead fans to buy up spaces as Parkhead despite a tough campaign.

Uk news  Barry Ferguson in Rangers fan row after Celtic season ticket poser PremierLeague-News.Com
14 May 2021 - 19:20

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Pundit Barry Ferguson was caught in a fiery on-air row after a Rangers fan claimed he was being "too nice" during a Celtic season ticket debate. On the Go Radio Football Show a Celtic Trust spokesman expressed concerns that the Parkhead support may not renew their season tickets after a disappointing campaign. However, former Ibrox skipper Ferguson insisted the fan base would stand by the club if they could afford to cover the costs. That sparked a lively debate with the Rangers supporting follow up caller minutes later. They stated: "I wanted to speak about the lad who was just on from the Celtic Trust there, and the renewal of the season ticket. Sign up to our Record Sport newsletter Get all the latest Sports news sent straight to your Inbox every day by signing up to our newsletter. We cover every morsel of information regarding your favourite club in the form of articles, videos and podcasts. The newsletter will arrive every day at 12pm, giving you a round up of the best stories we've covered that in the last 24 hours. To sign up, simply enter your email address into the link here. And if you aren't already, make sure you join the conversation over on our Facebook groups and Record Sport Instagram. "I'm a Rangers fan and I don't care if Rangers fans renew or don't renew, I say that with respect. But I think back to when Rangers were back in division three and were playing against Elgin, Annan and Brechin. It galvanised the support. Why wouldn't a Celtic supporter want to support their team?" The conversation then took a stark right turn to discuss the former Scotland captain's view: "Barry, you're too nice. I remember you as a player and you're just too nice now. You give them too much there.

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..." Celtic's Tom Rogic shows his disappointment whilst sitting in the stands (Image: PA) A confused Ferguson responded: "I don't know if you heard me correctly, that's what I said, about the Celtic fans... (about season ticket support)." The caller kept going, cutting in: "That's what I mean, you need to stick the boot in, you're too nice, you're too conservative, mate; I know what you were like as a player. I just wish you took the aggression you showed as a player across to the radio." Ferguson, raising his voice, took a firm stance: "I'm not getting you mate, at all. Too nice about what? I got asked a question, if I thought Celtic fans would buy season books next season, and my answer is I do. What is nice about that? The caller responded: "No it's not just on today Barry." Read More Related Articles Eddie Howe's potential Celtic backroom team insight as Jonathan Woodgate hails 'well-drilled' Bournemouth staff Read More Related Articles Rangers odds on becoming Invincibles NEXT season as bookmakers deliver Premiership two-in-a-row verdict Before Ferguson fired back with: "Give me other bits then." They continued: "I can't go through the other shows, when it comes to Rangers and Celtic I just think you're too nice. There are situations where I think you should lay the boot in a bit more." Host Paul Cooney then stepped in, before the caller apologised after the back and forth, and Ferguson quipped: "Don't worry, I'm too nice."

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