Celtic Fan Has 7Up Reply to Rangers Rival After Aberdeen Defeat

Celtic Fan Has 7Up Reply to Rangers Rival After Aberdeen Defeat

A Celtic fan saw Rangers dropping to seventh in the Scottish Premiership table as the ideal time to return a 7Up gift to his Gers-supporting colleague at work.

Fans of the Ibrox club enjoyed giving stick to their rivals after their team were beaten 7-0 by Barcelona in their opening Champions League game two weeks ago.

Some used the 7Up drink as a way of poking fun at the embarrassing scoreline, with social media flooded with pictures of the fizzy juice.


One Celtic supporter has told how he was greeted with a bottle of 7Up on his desk at work the day after the defeat to the Spanish giants.

But he’s got the opportunity to respond to his colleague with a bottle of his own after Rangers’ 2-1 defeat to Aberdeen yesterday afternoon saw them slip to seventh in the Premiership table:

We’re sure Celtic fans will enjoy that.

Meanwhile, they’ll also be looking forward to their second Champions League game against Manchester City at Celtic Park on Wednesday night.

Brendan Rodgers’ side will be keen to put in an improved performance and get a better result after losing heavily to Barca on match day one.


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