Scottish football fans raged at The Chase over a question from Rangers which asked which team had been ‘triple relegated’.
Contestants on tonight’s show had racked up an 18-question lead over the Chaser when the question arose.
Presenter Bradley Walsh asked: ‘Which Scottish football team was triple relegated in 2012? ”
One of the contestants, Ben, then replied “Rangers” to which Bradley replied “correct”.
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The Ibrox club were forced into administration in 2012 due to their financial difficulties, which resulted in the liquidation of the company.
The Light Blues then spent the next four years returning to the Premiership from the fourth tier of Scottish football.
However, some Scottish fans who watched tonight’s episode of The Chase were not happy with the matter.
@ BarryBhoy99 asked, “What is this?
“The Chase suggesting the Rangers have been ‘triple relegated’. Maybe I should add the program to my huge “banned list”.
@BrianBirdieBhoy tweeted: “There was NON triple relegation for the club formerly known as Glasgow Rangers.
“They were liquidated. They ceased to exist. What we have now is an act of homage. “
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@ MBoland88 said: “FYI, Rangers weren’t triply relegated… they went bankrupt and started life as a new club in the lowest league. “
@ TeknoHibbyo7 added, “Fire your researcher.
“The Rangers weren’t triply relegated, they were liquidated. ”
@ The_Gaz88 admitted, “I was scratching my head, had no idea what he was talking about? Who writes these questions? ”
And @ JPBurton5 posted, “The Chase just won with an answer to a question that doesn’t exist. ”
Meanwhile, former Rangers star Andy Halliday joined Hearts on a two-year contract.
The 28-year-old defender was a free agent after leaving the Ibrox club at the end of last season.
And he will now aim to help the Jambos win the promotion back to the Premiership.
Announcing the deal on their website, Hearts said, “Robbie Neilson has strengthened his team with the addition of Andy Halliday.
“The very experienced utilities specialist signed a two-year contract with Hearts after leaving Rangers this summer. ”
Hearts boss Robbie Neilson added, “I’m really happy to be able to call on someone of Andy’s experience and quality.
“He played top level football in Scotland and the English league and was a mainstay of Rangers for years.
“He also has Scottish Championship experience so he knows what it’s all about and more importantly how to win.
“Andy is really motivated and determined and I want that on the park. I think he will do well for us and I can’t wait to work with him. “
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