RANGERS have announced they will play the British national anthem ahead of their game at Ibrox today.
The Gers meet Aberdeen at 3pm to increase the gap between them and third-placed Dons.
And now they have announced plans to play God Save the King before kick-off.
The club will follow in the footsteps of teams across the UK and play the anthem the day after King Charles’ coronation.
The all-day event took place yesterday to mark the first coronation of a British monarch in 70 years.
Rangers have also announced that they will be selling a limited edition matchday commemorative program at tonight’s game.
This features a coronation badge on the front page in another nod to the crows.
The coronation has come under heavy scrutiny recently as Celtic fans chanted anti-monarchy chants in last weekend’s derby win against Rangers.
A video of the signing surfaced online shortly after the game and was featured on TV programs such as the BBC’s Have I Got News For You and even Australian TV.
Piers Morgan is one of the people who have condemned fan opinion.
He sarcastically branded her “absolutely charming” while venting his anger in an irrepressible way.
Liverpool fans also booed the national anthem ahead of their clash with Brentford yesterday.
The club announced they would play the song ahead of kick-off earlier in the week, to the surprise of many.
Celtic and Hearts will pay a different tribute in tonight’s clash in Tynecastle.
Both groups of players will come together to show their support for the fight against MND.
Celtic will wear special number seven warm-up shirts in honor of Jimmy Johnstone.
Hearts will wear the same jersey but with the number 26 in memory of Marius Zaliukas.
Victory today gives Celtic a shot at their 11th title in 12 years.
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