Ex-Celtic WAG Lisa Hague tells the story about how colleagues at a property firm got her to sell a town house with a room dedicated to Rangers.

The 34-year-old, partner of former Hoops midfielder Kris Commons, said co-workers found her the 'perfect' house to sell in Bargeddie, North Lanarkshire.

The six-bedroom house came complete with a games room that featured a blue pool table, multiple signed Gers shirts as well as red, white and blue spotlights.

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She told The Scottish Sun: “The girls were smirking at one of our first meetings.

“They said they had the perfect house for me to go and film to start with.

“I said, ‘Why’s that?’ They said, ‘You’ll just have to wait and see’. I knew something was coming!

“I’ve been to a lot of houses where they’ve got full Celtic bars in them, Hoops round all the walls and memorabilia.

“People really go for it. But I’d never been in a Rangers one.”

Lisa has been the the creative director of Manor Estate Agency, which is an all-female estate agent that covers the West of Scotland, since August.

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She continued: ““It’s some house. They’ve got this amazing entertainment side-building.

“It’s got a pool table, massive TV...and it is full of Rangers gear!

“I was like, ‘Wow, there’s a lot of red, white and blue in here!’

The mum of three – to nine-year-old April, eight-year-old William and six-year-old Jax – joked with the new homeowners about the Gers memorabilia.

“I joked that hopefully they’ll take the memorabilia with them! But the owners were absolutely brilliant. We had a great laugh.

“The estate agents had said I was Kris Commons’ partner and they were laughing.

“They were the nicest couple and made me really welcome.”