Rangers Fan Group The Union Bears Planning ‘Silent Protest’ Against Hearts

Rangers Fan Group The Union Bears Planning ‘Silent Protest’ Against Hearts

Rangers fan group The Union Bears are planning to vent their frustrations about the club’s current direction at this weekend’s match against Hearts, with a so-called ‘silent protest’ being planned.

Gers fans are still licking their wounds following the humiliating 4-0 defeat to arch-rivals Celtic on Sunday afternoon in the Scottish Cup semi-finals, whilst senior pros Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace have been suspended after a bust-up with interim manager Graeme Murty.

It’s all became too much for the Union Bears, who issued a statement via Twitter earlier this evening.

Whilst they maintain they’ll be at Ibrox for Sunday’s visit of the Jambos, they claim they will not have a ‘vocal presence’ throughout the Premiership clash, and will stand silently as the match unfolds:

Intriguingly, the statement mentions a long-line of planned protests, hinting that this weekend’s effort certainly won’t be the last show of unhappiness.

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