The Union Bears, a supporters group at Rangers, have released a statement explaining the reasons for the action they took at the last home game against Dundee of the club – and warned that more demonstrations will follow.
On a statement published on Twitter, the organization says that numerous requests to move to another part of the stadium have been shot down by the club, who also refuse to consider the implementation of safe areas: something that the Union Bears have regularly promoted for .
The group says it is their goal to "expand and generate a positive experience within the Rangers support", but believes that the unwillingness of the club to comply with their requests has put them at odds with the Rangers hierarchy.
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The Union Bears have said that they plan to organize "various forms of protest" between now and the end of the season at Ibrox.
The full statement can be read below.
– Union Bears (@UnionBears) February 28, 2019