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Rangers fans react as UEFA announce partial Ibrox closure

Rangers have been ordered by UEFA to close at least 3,000 seats for the return leg of their tie with Legia Warsaw, and the fans have been split into two camps.

The closure relates to “racist behaviour, which includes sectarian singing” from supporters during the clash against St. Joseph’s last month.

The European football governing body have also threatened further punishment, including full stadium closure and a big fine, should there be a further breach from the club.

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The ruling means the Ibrox capacity will be reduced for the vital Europa League play-off with the Poles next week, with the tie in the balance at 0-0. The partial closure and clear warning from UEFA has split the Gers fans into two camps.

Some believe that there’s no problem with their songbook and that the governing body are out of order with their ban, poking their nose somewhere they don’t belong.

Others think that it will be a big positive for the club if they can move past some of the chants that they’ve been penalised for.

Here’s how the split fanbase reacted to the punishment on Twitter:

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