Banners covering the glass staircases at Ibrox have been taken down by the club.
There was a bit of criticism for Rangers’ decision to cover the staircase windows with banners intended for advertising.
Some fans weren’t happy with that due to the glass windows being a popular part of the stadium’s history.
At Ibrox earlier – Bill Struth stand 1 of most impressive architecturally in UK. I can't get my head round doing this to glass staircase ? pic.twitter.com/DQE1Krtzfh
— Mark Benstead (@markbenstead) September 6, 2017
But Rangers today announced in an official statement that the banners were to be taken down after the promotional work they were part of had finished.
And they’ve followed through on it by ripping them down today:
That’s better ?⚪️?? pic.twitter.com/RATwHyK3c6
— Colin Stewart (@RFC_Colin) October 3, 2017
That should be a welcome sight for the majority of Rangers fans who associate those glass staircase windows in a big way with their Govan home.
Pedro Caixinha’s men don’t play at Ibrox again until their Premiership clash with Motherwell on October 22nd – so the majority of fans will have to wait a while before seeing the staircase windows again.
Is it a good decision by the club?