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Leigh Griffiths Has ‘Is He Aye’ Response to Rangers Fan’s Bruno Alves Comment

Leigh Griffiths Has ‘Is He Aye’ Response to Rangers Fan’s Bruno Alves Comment

Leigh Griffiths continues to provide entertaining responses to anyone who decides to have a go at him on Twitter.

The Celtic striker was active on social media this morning, hours ahead of his side’s Premiership clash against Ross County at Parkhead.

Griffiths appeared to post a few forgettable responses to fans, including this one about a scarf being kept in the cupboard until next Saturday – when Celtic play Rangers at Ibrox:

Griffiths has developed a reputation for tying scarves around the goal post at rivals’ stadiums, including Ibrox and Linfield’s Windsor Park.

One Gers supporter took exception to that and tweeted him in response:

And Griffiths noticed – coming back immediately with this:

As you can see from the retweets and likes, Celtic supporters are enjoying that response.

Griffiths will now be hoping to follow it up with a goal and a victory when Celtic take on Ross County in Glasgow later this afternoon.

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