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Video: Ultimate Bucket List Responds to Fan Abuse Over Celtic/Rangers Stadium Tours

Video: Ultimate Bucket List Responds to Fan Abuse Over Celtic/Rangers Stadium Tours

The man who did Celtic and Rangers stadium tours while wearing their rival team’s kit has issued a response to fans over the stunts.

Ninh Ly is the man behind Ultimate Bucket List – a YouTube channel dedicated to providing ideas for viewers to add to their bucket list.

He made headlines earlier this month when he turned up to Ibrox for their stadium tour wearing a Celtic jersey.

He then made more headlines when he hopped over the other side of Glasgow to take the Celtic Park tour with a Rangers jersey on.

And the video he published documenting the tours led to even more headlines – with Rangers fans particularly angry about the video, according to Ly.

Now he’s issued a response to the reaction to his initial video – and he’s laid down a challenge to Rangers supporters:

Will he get anyone taking him up on the challenge to wear a Rangers shirt at the Celtic Park tour though?

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