Celtic ex-star Moussa Dembele in Ranger social media on Ibrox pitch – The Scottish Sun


FORMER Celtic star Moussa Dembele targeted a Ranger search on social media.

The former Hoops striker, now in France with Lyon, was a double winner in the trebles during his time in Glasgow before a big money transfer.

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Former Celtic star Moussa Dembele targets Ranger excavationsCredit: Kenny Ramsay – The Sun Glasgow

He was a constant thorn in the side of the Light Blues during his visit to Scotland and he had another pop on the side of Ibrox on Twitter.

Reports have claimed that the Gers had started relaying its turf with football shutdown due to the coronavirus crisis.

however, SunSport understands that this is not the whole lot and that it is just surface maintenance work.

And Dembele targeted an online jibe for the Rangers, insisting that the field is the only thing they will raise this season.

    Its online jibe targets the Ibrox site with surface work2
Its online jibe targets the Ibrox site with surface workCredit: Willie Vass – The Sun

He wrote on Twitter: “The only thing they will raise this season is their own ground … ????????? @CelticFC @dembelition #TheirOnlyWayToKnowHowItFeelsToBeCeltic #DoubleTrebleWinner #CelticInvincible”

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The Celtic lead the Rangers tops the Premiership standings by 13 points – after playing one more game than their Old Firm rivals.

The Hoops also lifted the Betfred Cup earlier in the campaign after a 1-0 victory over Steven Gerrard’s men in Hampden.

Hearts also ended the Scottish Rangers Cup hopes for the season with a win at Tynecastle.

Meanwhile, the Light Blues castigated “abhorrent” plans to end the season early and called on the FBCL to unlock prizes for the clubs now.

Team Ibrox reiterated its position that Celtic can only be crowned champion if the 38 league games are contested and said it would be unfair for clubs to be relegated based on current positions.

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