Mark Warburton’s son obviously doesn’t agree with Gordon Strachan’s move to include no Rangers players in his latest Scotland squad.
The Scottish national team boss today named two squads of 19 players who will take on Czech Republic and then Denmark later this month.
Failing to include any Ibrox stars is the big talking point from the announcement, as fans can’t believe no-one in Warburton’s squad has been deemed good enough while Hibs midfielder John McGinn and unknown English Championship players Oliver Burke and Liam Cooper have earned call-ups.
While Gers supporters react in anger to the likes of Lee Wallace, Michael O’Halloran and Jason Holt being snubbed by Strachan, Warburton’s son Jack reacted with sarcasm.
Rangers are currently top of the Scottish Championship, a huge 12 points ahead of second-placed Falkirk with a game in hand and 14 points in front of Hibs.
So seeing Hibees midfielder McGinn in the squad will anger Gers fans even more.
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