Rangers are set to welcome Napoli to the Ibrox stadium tonight and despite UEFA asking them not to sing God Save the King, the fans are set to sing it anyways as a mark of respect to the Royal family.
It’s a massive game for the Glasgow club as they hope to get back on track in the Champions League, after getting hammered last week on the road against Ajax. It’s a tough group for the Scottish club, but one that they won’t give up on just yet.
UEFA has REJECTED Rangers, Chelsea and Man City’s request to play God Save the King before their UCL games.
Rangers still going to play it. Shows how much we respect Her Majesty 👑 🇬🇧
— jasperdylan (@jasperdtomkins) September 13, 2022
Rangers are preparing to sing God Save the King before their Champions League match against Napoli at Ibrox despite UEFA denying them permission to do so. https://t.co/FsvedHkVMR
— The Scotsman (@TheScotsman) September 14, 2022
Rangers fans are set to defy the UEFA ban and sing the National Anthem after the period of silence tonight in memory of the Queen ahead of their match at Ibrox. 🇬🇧🏴 pic.twitter.com/nE2GCBlvLJ
— Football Tweet ⚽ (@Football__Tweet) September 14, 2022
Everyone knows that Rangers is the Queen’s club and a picture of the Queen hangs proudly inside the Rangers dressing room. Big, big game tonight for both clubs.