Rangers fans caught on camera singing sick songs about death of Celtic legend Tommy Burns

Source http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/rangers-fans-caught-camera-singing-9852079

Rangers fans have been caught on camera singing sick songs about Celtic legend Tommy Burns.

Burns died after a battle with skin cancer in 2008 but has been targeted by sick trolls singing about his death.

In a video posted online, fans can be seen singing loyalist song Father’s Advice and added the chant of “f*** Tommy Burns, he’s deid” into the middle of it.

The same fans then begin a second chant mocking the death of Burns, with lyrics describing him as a “f***ing skeleton”.

Celtic legend Tommy Burns was targeted by sick fans (Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire)

Burns was a close friend of Walter Smith and Ally McCoist and worked alongside the duo in the Scotland national set up with the former Rangers managers carrying Tommy’s coffin during his funeral service.

Tommy Burns lifting silverware at Hampden (Photo: SNS Group)

Burns played 352 league games for Celtic between 1975 and 1989 before joining Kilmarnock where he spent the next five years.

He won eight caps for Scotland later managed Kilmarnock, Celtic and Reading.

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