Rangers’ anthem reimagined as fan favorite in touching NHS tribute


A favorite of the Terrace Rangers has been reworked by a British diplomat in tribute to the NHS.

Chris Sainty, government ambassador to Portugal, received requests in honor of our health services when needed and was happy to pick up a favorite among the Ibrox worshipers.

And the request from a Ranger supporter for an interpretation of the “Blue Sea of ​​Ibrox” has struck the right note.

He posted on Twitter: “This is a special request from Alan Kerrigan and it is for all my friends north of the border.

“What a beautiful melody.

“Sorry, I’m not wearing the right color shirt. “

The song “Ibrox Blue Sea”, a song of yesteryear, has been brought back to the fore in recent seasons with the catchy choir that has sounded European nights and clashes with Premiership Celtic rivals.

The song tells the story of a supporter who has fled Glasgow but still dreams of the days when the Rangers had to be cheered from the stands.

Sainty’s contact comes with Scotland caught up in the coronavirus pandemic as the general public searches for ways to greet our doctors with the daily death toll rising.


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