Erik Sviatchenko’s Postman Leaves Him a Message Ahead of Rangers Showdown

Erik Sviatchenko’s Postman Leaves Him a Message Ahead of Rangers Showdown

Most of Glasgow is currently gripped with derby fever ahead of tomorrow’s showdown between Celtic and Rangers at Parkhead – and if you’t believe us, just as Erik Sviatchenko.

The Celtic defender has just one experience of the fixture, and it probably wasn’t too pleasant.

Having scored in the 2-2 Scottish Cup semi-final draw against the Gers back in April, Sviatchenko watched on in horror as he and his team-mates lost the resulting penalty shootout.

The Dane will be keen to make amends tomorrow, and knows how much it means to supporters all across the city and beyond.

And in case he needed a gentle reminder, his postman was on-hand to give him a timely message, as Sviatchenko revealed to his Twitter followers earlier today:

The chances of Sviatchenko finding the net three times against Rangers seems rather far-fetched, but we reckon the postman has done more than enough to get his point across.



We’re joined by former Scotland international Gary Teale to talk the Tartan Army’s win in Malta, what it means, his career and get in about Celtic against Rangers this weekend:


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