Rangers could be set for hefty fine after God Save the King was played

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On Wednesday night the Glasgow club Rangers took on Napoli in the Champions League, prior to the game the Scottish club play God Save the King in a packed Ibrox stadium.

It was a great spectacle from the Glasgow club but one that could cost them as according to reports, UEFA are now waiting to see the official report from its match delegate before deciding if an investigation should be launched.

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Surely the SPL club won’t get done for this, it was incredible respect and some things should be allowed to happen. If not fair play to the Glasgow club for showing incredible respect to someone that has passed away, someone that should great leadership to the UK and someone that was loved throughout the UK.

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  1. So they should well done rangers… uefa are disgusting and so are fifa when comes to english football teams…. #corrupt uefa and fifa

  2. Uefa don’t allow political statements…and the ibrox club were told by uefa that singing God save the king was not allowed.
    They did their usual statement oclock…and said they would break the rules.
    Celtic fans did likewise but not in support.of the monarchy……yet there’s no outcry about their political statement.
    Both political on diffrent ends of the spectrum.

    Break the rules…pay the cost

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