14 Dec 2016 13:17:49
Reports of the impending collapse of Ibrox Stadium have been greatly exaggerated. Quelle surprise!

1.) 14 Dec 2016
14 Dec 2016 17:48:33
A red top rag of a newspaper is stoking the fire with all this cr*p about hard hats.

I wish Rangers would just come out with a short statement giving the true facts to stick two fingers up at all the Rangers haters.

2.) 14 Dec 2016
14 Dec 2016 18:12:34
Not an original bone in their bodies.

We did the hard hat joke a while back at Parkhead after a cup game against ICT was postponed because part of their roof fell off.

3.) 14 Dec 2016
14 Dec 2016 18:17:58
if i'm going to a game i like yourself would like a statement, if i'm not mistaken it happened last yr when you were playing at ibrox, maybe that's where the story originates from, have you read something about it Cullin as i would be interested in your info plz.

4.) 14 Dec 2016
14 Dec 2016 18:55:50
Bhoywonder it's worrying your support more as Ibrox is sold out most weeks.

Best advice, if it's making you a little precious don't go.

5.) 14 Dec 2016
14 Dec 2016 19:05:27
why am i worried your sold out PB? makes no difference to me, but a story that's went on for yrs that no one has addressed worries me. i don't go to old firm games as they bring out the muppet element of the support and i tend to stay away from all that bull tbh . honestly think if there's nothing to it why not release a statement to say so, would that not be the best thing?

6.) 14 Dec 2016
14 Dec 2016 21:50:42
There was an incident last season, where some 'debris' was shown hanging off during a live game. Ibrox received a safety certificate for the current season. If there is to be safety netting installed, this would be as a precautionary measure. This is a lot different to stating that the stadium is 'unsafe'. As stated before, the stadium would not be allowed to host any games if deemed unsafe, that should be common sense. Someone, somewhere has made the decision that games are allowed to be held at Ibrox.

7.) 14 Dec 2016
14 Dec 2016 22:29:22
5 star UEFA rated stadium. Might be needing some tlc but it's built of solid construction not rattled up like an unfinished meccano set.

8.) 15 Dec 2016
15 Dec 2016 09:12:21
Listen guys you are all taking this stadium issue the wrong way. Celtic fans are not used to such luxuries as covered stadiums. Was not that long ago Parkhead has severely limited covers of any description. In fact their chairman at the time said his supporters preferred to stand in the wind and rain. As most of their supporters are paralysed from the neck up they did not seem to notice. So to summarise the issue they are still unsure of the concept of covered areas at football stadiums and don't know how to react.

9.) 15 Dec 2016
15 Dec 2016 16:21:22
The rain and wind was their idea of a wash and dry, pmsl.

10.) 16 Dec 2016
16 Dec 2016 10:38:42
Must be difficult for the Eastenders when their stadium was most likely built with Glasgow District council 'left overs'

11.) 16 Dec 2016
16 Dec 2016 13:36:05
We all know the district council wear green lol.

12.) 16 Dec 2016
16 Dec 2016 19:20:41
Left overs, now there's a pun Tomusa, something your club and the rest of the premiership are to Celtic, our left overs. Our Stadium is in fine nick thanks mate. When you look at both, Celtic Park is vibrant and Glowing, like our Club. Ibrox looks like a run down auld tenement block in the 1950s, manky lookin, depressing, needs knockin down. Our Club thrives in your Clubs lies.

13.) 17 Dec 2016
16 Dec 2016 08:17:14
Breezeblock boulevard was without doubt thrown up and you can visually see that when you're inside the place! Everyone and their granny knows it was built far too fast! By far ibrox stadium was built with MUCH better quality than celtic park! Granted our stadium needs renovated but like the OP said our stadium construction is far superior to theirs and nobody will convince me otherwise!

14.) 19 Dec 2016
19 Dec 2016 10:22:10
My stadiums better than your stadium and my dad can also batter your dad pmsl.