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:
Statement from Rangers fan group the Union Bears pic.twitter.com/ju6wgXp2Yz
— James Doleman (@jamesdoleman) April 17, 2018
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.
But what do you think of the idea?