FOOTBALL fans have been branded a "disgrace" over vile chants about the Lisbon Lions.

Rangers beat rivals Celtic 2-0 at Ibrox to record their second derby win of the season.

But supporters were heard singing “the Lisbon Lions won’t see ten in a row” late in the second half.

It comes just a matter of weeks following the deaths of Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers - members of Celtic's 1967 European Cup winning team.

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Furious footie pundit Tam McManus said Rangers deserved to win the match but hit out at supporters over their antics.

He tweeted: "The Rangers fans singing about the Lisbon Lions though after the last week or two is an absolute disgrace though. Total lack of class."

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Celtic fans also hit out at the sickening song on social media.

Michele McQuade write: “Singing about dying Lisbon lions. Unsurpassed dignity from the peepul”.


Paul Stewart also posted: "Winning a Glasgow derby and they sing about Lisbon lions. Shock horror let themselves down again.”