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Some Rangers Fans Say They Won’t Watch Peaky Blinders Ever Again

Some Rangers Fans Say They Won’t Watch Peaky Blinders Ever Again

Some Rangers fans say they won’t watch Peaky Blinders ever again – after one of the show’s main characters came out supporting Celtic.

Hoops defender Kieran Tierney sorted actor Paul Anderson out with one of his jerseys recently and he was thanked with a video from Small Heath’s very own Arthur Shelby.

Anderson has played the Shelby brother through the first four seasons of the hit BBC show and will continue in that role when season five airs next year.

After receiving the video from Anderson, Tierney posted it to Twitter last night – leading to a big response from fans.

And some Rangers fans who were previously fans of the show have taken to social media to say they won’t watch it again.

But we get the feeling some might just be joking:

This isn’t the first entertainment star to show their love of Celtic through Tierney.

The Hoops defender sorted Conor McGregor out with a jersey that he later wore in training, while the likes of Kevin Bridges and Jake Bugg have tied up with the popular left-back too.

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