The Club has made its position on anti-social behaviour abundantly clear.
As is normal, Rangers security staff attend every pre-match operations meeting to discuss all aspects of safety and unacceptable behaviour.
It will come as no great surprise that the Police match commander has indicated that a ‘zero tolerance’ approach will be in place regarding criminal behaviour and has indicated that additional resources both physical and technical will be deployed before, during and after Friday night’s match at the Falkirk Stadium.
The Club is committed to eradicating all forms of inappropriate behaviour and will support Police Scotland and Falkirk Football Club in tackling this problem.
The Rangers supporters have been magnificent at Ibrox and on our travels this season and it was extremely disappointing that a minority of supporters chose to engage in inappropriate singing during last weekend’s match at Raith Rovers.
That said, the Club takes great encouragement from the fact that the majority of supporters were quick to condemn those who indulged in criminal behaviour and the club ask all supporters to act as ambassadors for Rangers when they attend our matches.
Those who engage in unacceptable behaviour are only damaging Rangers so it is important to back the team in the correct manner and prevent the Club from attracting negative comments.