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Rangers FC and BBC have been at war for a pretty long time and it looks like the broadcasting giant has once again fallen at the feet of the Gers.

Recently BBC Scotland faced the brunt of the Rangers fans after their game vs Hibs for their failure to highlight a key moment during the game.

The Gers drew the match 1-1 and James Tavernier was violently attacked by a pitch invader.

After the match, many fans have accused BBC Scotland of their failure to understand the importance of the situation and now it looks like the broadcaster have issued an apology.




This apology though is not in relation to the Hibs incident but according to The Copland Road Organisation BBC Scotland apologised for the use of a “taxman photo in an online story about the club”.

The tweet read: “We understand BBC Scotland have issued yet another grovelling apology to Rangers over the use of a taxman photo in an online story about the club.

“It’s the latest apology forced by the club as BBC Scotland continue to pretend they are editorially fair.”








It looks like every battle that BBC are picking with Rangers, it is the Ibrox outfit who are coming out on top.

Just last year, BBC Scotland reporter Kheredine Idessane was forced to apologise to Rangers and their fans for claiming that the club had not received any bids for their striker Alfredo Morelos.



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