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‘Sack Beale or place will be empty’ ‘ trial a club statement announcing BEALE OUT’ ‘Boycott until Beale is gone’ Twitter fans pile on Ibrox announcement

The Ibrox Twitter account tip-toed back into action today- with predictable results.

Sharing news about a singing section for the League Cup tie against Livingston isn’t the announcement that angry bears have been waiting on.

Almost all of the replies from fans included #bealeout or an image with the Ibrox boss with a red No Entry sign stamped across.

On Day Three of the fall out from Sunday’s defeat to Celtic there is still no sign of the anger giving way, there are no credible voices of reason arguing the case for standing by Beale. Some Celtic fans however seem concerned about the employment prospects of the former QPR boss.

Everything was tilted in Beale’s favour to send his side into top place in the Premiership but in what is becoming a recurring theme he again failed to deliver on the big occasion.

On the back of two matches without scoring Celtic headed to Ibrox with a defensive partnership that had a combined tally of three hoops appearances in the previous 18 months. Gustaf Lagerbielke had yet to discover the win bonus.

With a barely match fit Alistair Johnston at right-back Celtic drew inspiration from Callum McGregor and Joe Hart which cleared the way for Kyogo Furuhashi to do what he does best.

A year ago the former Vissel Kobe striker was being dismissed as lightweight and unable to make an impact in the Glasgow Derby- this morning he is the fixture specialist that has found the net at six different goals across the city since his January 2 equaliser denied Beale the win his regime badly required.

Despite talking a big game Beale has repeatedly failed to deliver, now the fans that praised the words of the Brains Behind Gerrard are sick of listening to the fings that he finks about.

The Londoner is in exactly the same situation that Giovanni van Bronckhorst was in a year ago- waiting on Derek McInnes or Davie Martindale turning up at the Louden Tavern for a few pre-match scoops with the bears.

Post Ibrox not many managerial doors will be opening for Beale. His disloyalty to QPR makes him toxic while any manager giving his a coaching role will know that he will be undermining them at every opportunity.

Good news for Ibrox fans however is that they can gather to sing abuse at Beale against Livi as well as their traditional tunes of hate.

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