Rangers fans expressed their fury at Stewart Robertson with a banner blast ahead of tonight’s Europa League clash with Red Star Belgrade.
A series of posters have been unveiled in protest at the Ibrox board after the Light Blues accepted a controversial Old Firm friendly in Australia.
Fans seated in the upper section of the Sandy Jardine booth rolled out a crossed out image of Robertson along with a strong message.
He said, “Standing safe? No.
“Better disabled facilities? No.
“Friendly against animals? Yes.
“Shame on you.”
Rangers fans were left livid after the club decided to take part in the Sydney Super Cup ahead of the Qatar 2022 World Cup in November.
The tour has been marketed as “the return of Ange” as Australian Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou prepares to bring the Hoops back to his homeland.
Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers will also take part in the cash-winning event.
However, the Ibrox board are likely to continue to come under pressure from their angry fanbase to withdraw from the tournament, which will see the Glasgow derby played on foreign soil for the first time.
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