Rangers sicko abuses Celtic captain Scott Brown over sister's death

After helping Celtic to a 2-0 win the in the first Glasgow derby of the season at Ibrox, captain Scott Brown was subjected to sickening abuse from a Rangers fan - who waited over an hour to fire abuse at the Celtic players boarding the team bus.

Video footage posted online shows Scott Brown about to board the team bus just as a Rangers supporter off camera shouted: ‘How’s your sister?’

Nothing sinister you may say? Think again. Brown’s sister sadly passed away at the age of 21 after battling skin cancer in 2008.

The comment stopped Brown in his tracks and as he looked angrily towards the perpetrator, Police confronted the Rangers fan while other fans around him hit out at him also.

A police officer was heard saying: “Less of that, eh. Beat it you. Move.”

While another Rangers supporter off camera could be heard saying: “Mate, come on to f*** man, that’s out of order.”

it has now been reported that the Rangers fan in question has been banned for life by the Ibrox side - and while such a move is welcomed it is a little too late.

Ever since his sister’s sad death, Brown has been subjected to such vile comments over the years with no backlash, with no condemnation and with no punishment at all from Rangers.

He was also faced with a Rangers fan invading the pitch in May 2017 trying to attack him during another derby match - although Rangers captain James Tavernier and referee John Beaton helped to prevent something more serious from happening.

All of this comes off the back of another video doing the rounds showing Celtic full back Boli Bolingoli down injured on the Ibrox turf during Sunday’s game - as another Rangers fan off camera shouts racist abuse at him.

Following the incident outside the main entrance to Ibrox, Brown was later seen posing for photos with a number of young Rangers fans showing the sheer class of the man.

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