Rangers fans take issue with SFA as McGregor earns 40th cap for Scotland

Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor achieved his 40th cap for Scotland on Thursday night, but the moment was not praised by everyone.

At the moment, plenty of Rangers supporters have an issue with the Scottish Football Association regarding a new story involving Paul Gascoigne.

According to the Daily Mail on Wednesday, members of the SFA board planned to boycott a dinner inducting Gascoigne into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame for his three-year spell at Rangers.

The publication claims that due to the England legend’s troubles off the pitch, which have included incidents of domestic violence, some SFA members turned down their invitations.

However, it has since been claimed by the Daily Mail that the nomination has been withdrawn.

On Twitter, Rangers praised McGregor for earning his 40th cap for Scotland in a United Nations clash against Israel, but the response was mixed.

Some supporters praised the shot-stopper, others spoke of their frustration at the 2-1 defeat, while a handful expressed their distaste for the SFA.