WARNING - Video contains strong and offensive language.

FORMER Rangers player Paul ‘Gazza’ Gascoigne has appeared to sing along to a sectarian song hours after the Old Firm game.

The 51-year-old was in Alloa on Sunday night where he stopped off with his show, An Audience with Paul Gascoigne, which is touring the UK.

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In a video posted on Twitter, the Geordie took to the mic as the audience sang along to Tina Turner’s 1989 hit “Simply the Best.”

On stage with former snooker player and sports commentator Willie Thorne, Gazza can be seen mouthing along to the words: “F*** the Pope and the IRA.”

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The clip, which surfaced after the show at Alloa Town Hall, was captioned: “Gazza is here to cheer you Rangers fans up. ‘F*** the Pope and the IRA’.”

In just 16 hours, it’s had close to 100,000 views and hundreds of comments.