Video: Rangers Fan Singing ‘We Shall Not Be Moved’ Overheard Across Tannoy During Youth Game

Video: Rangers Fan Singing ‘We Shall Not Be Moved’ Overheard Across Tannoy During Youth Game

A Rangers fan singing ‘we shall not be moved’ was overhead across the tannoy while their Under 17s team played in the ALKASS International Cup today.

The Ibrox club’s Under 17 has been out in Qatar over the last week taking part in a tournament with a host of other big clubs.

And today they played the semi-final against Kashiwa Reysol of Japan – with a place in the final against either Aspire Academy or Roma on the line.

Rangers fans will be delighted that the youth team won 5-1 to make it through to the final.

And they’ll find one fan getting access to the tannoy towards the end of the match pretty funny:

The same fan was also heard singing ‘bouncy, bouncy’ during the game too:

Rangers’ 5-1 win included a brilliant solo goal from Nathan Young-Coombes – who the club signed on a two-year deal earlier this month.

Now they’ll wait on the winner between Aspire Academy and Roma in the second semi-final, with the final taking place later this week.


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