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Rangers fans erupt over green tinted facts as Hotline drops Celtic truth bomb over Euro bragging rights

It's all eyes on Euro 2024 for Scotland - well, for some on the Hotline at least.

Some are more concerned with domestic affairs and Gordon Ashley seems to have sparked a debate that Rangers fans just won't let go to focus on Steve Clarke's men. The Celtic diehard took aim at Rangers for their Champions League record - digging up the humbling at the hands of Liverpool and branded Celtic the real big guns of Euopean football in Scotland.

But Alan Flett refused to let that slide as he bit back: "I think you’re the one who needs to pipe it down. Your attempts to justify Celtic’s European results are laughable. These marches were twenty years ago and you haven’t won a game since. You conveniently forget to recall the likes of Cluj, Ferencvaros and Bodo/Glimt. Do any of these European giants ring a bell? As for your view that Rangers go further because we’re in the Mickey Mouse cup, Celtic aren’t even good enough to qualify for that Mickey Mouse cup."

Willie Mercer, Dumfries piled on: "Mr Ashley is at it again, spouting his green tinted facts in his attempts to belittle Rangers and their European record. His beloved Celtics recent Champions League group stats are not exactly stellar.

"Of the last 4 times they reached the group stages they finished bottom 3 times and were only second bottom by virtue of goal difference. They won 3 games, drew 6 and lost 15. Scored 19, conceded 64. When you take into consideration their abject failure to make any progress or impact in the times they dropped down the European competitions that erodes his attempts to champion them as some sort of European giants. I would suspect that Mr Ashley's high ground isn't giving him the greatest of views."

Peter Lyons also found himself in the firing