Comedian in hilarious Celtic fan reaction to Rangers Europa League draw

A Scottish comedian who produces a range of football related sketches has released a hilarious Celtic fan reaction to Rangers drawing Braga in the Europa League.

Stuart Hay has done a range of short football skits in which he generally impersonates Rangers or Celtic fans reacting to the trials and tribulations of Scottish football culture.

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Not afraid to poke fun at the game north of the border and its idiosyncrasies, Hay’s work is triggering to some who perhaps take themselves a little too seriously.

In this latest effort – which we can’t embed on the site due to bad language but it is available to view HERE – Stuart Hay impersonates a disgruntled Celtic fan watching the Europa League quarter-final draw.

Cursing and blinding as Rangers get a favourable draw in Portuguese side Braga, the comedian hilariously begins ranting about heated balls and the potential of a conspiracy.

A hilarious take on online Celtic fan reaction to Rangers’ progress in Europe, it sums up a certain type of Parkhead supporter who’s likely in denial about how much the Gers run is getting to them.

Comedian sums up salty Celtic fan reaction Rangers Europa League draw

Rangers have once again progressed in the latter stages of European competition for the third year running with their quarter-final status their best run since 2008, when the club reached the final.

Having overcome Borussia Dortmund and Red Star Belgrade to get here, it’s an impressive run from the Gers who’ll be hoping to overcome Braga for a place in the semis.

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Rangers have already played beaten the Portuguese side in this competition, having won 4-2 on aggregate in the last 32 of the competition in 19/20.

In contrast, Celtic haven’t won a knockout European tie since 2004 and Stuart Hay manages to encapsulate just how upset some of their fans are by Rangers’ progress.

Rangers success in Europe will surely result in a Champions League group stage place for this season’s Scottish Premiership winner – and that’s why we can’t allow Celtic to capitalise.

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