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RANGERS & CELTIC - PART 5
So, what to make of all of this? We try to come to some conclusions about the rivalry, and enjoy a poignant moment on a bridge over the River Clyde with Celtic’s ex-skullcracker-in-chief, John O’Kane. We also touch upon the financial woes that threaten Rangers’ existence, and learn why “jelly and ice cream” has now become a divisive phrase in the city.
See the latest episode of our new series, Rivals, here.
Glasgow’s confusing football rivalry is perhaps best personified in a guy named Abdul Rafiq. He’s a Rangers fan who’s been banned from all football grounds for five years for singing anti-Catholic songs. He also happens to be the only Muslim member of right-wing nationalist group the English Defence League. We’re pretty much BFFs now, so I called him up for a chat.
Read our interview with Abdul, and watch the trailer for our documentary about Glasgow’s football rivalry here.
It’s the resignation of the England football manager that everyone is talking about – but should Fabio Capello have been allowed to quit as England manager, thus consigning yet another international tournament to failure? Or should he have been kept on, and left to gambol free with John Terry in his utopian dreamland where people are deemed innocent until they are proven guilty? Let’s have an argument about it in an attempt to make everything better.
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