Rangers ultras fly 'stolen' Green Brigade banners but Celtic fans convinced they know the REAL story

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Rangers fans displayed banners appearing to be 'stolen' from the Green Brigade at Ibrox - but some Celtic fans are convinced that isn't really what happened.

Philippe Clement's team shot down 10-man Kilmarnock 4-1 to move back within three points of leaders Celtic who thumped Hearts 3-0 on Saturday. It's set up a blockbuster derby next weekend, in which the champions can go six clear with two games left to play, or Gers can tee up a nervy finale by going level on points.

The Rangers ultras section at Ibrox displayed a number of banners during the win over Killie, with messages like 'All in blue to Hampden' and 'Glasgow is blue.' But new snaps being shared on X by Ultras page @thecasualultra showed a banner claimed to have been 'stolen' from rival group the Green Brigade. Three banners, two of which in the green and white of Celtic, read between them: 'Green Brigade, serial losers...of banners'

But while the intimation is that they were stolen from the Green Brigade, the replies were soon flooded by Celtic fans suspecting foul play. One wrote: "They haven't made fake banners surely? These tiny banners wouldn't be seen from the standing section at Celtic Park but fit conveniently fit perfectly in that wee corner they get punted in."

Another added: "Hahahaha they made fake banners, pretending to have stolen banners," and one more said: "Oh no! They must have spent a good thirty quid on those. Such sparkling wit too."