PIERS MORGAN has hailed Rangers for their decision to play the national anthem ahead of their Champions League game against Napoli.
Uefa turned down requests from a host of British clubs to play God Save The King ahead of their European games this week, but Ibrox club resisted.
Morgan shared a clip of Ibrox singing on his talk TV show Piers Morgan uncensored and he was full of praise for the Govan outfit.
He said: “I want to move on to the national anthem.
“I had a problem with all football being canceled last weekend. I thought it was wrong. If you want to do it, do it this weekend.
“Now we have a few more games. Interestingly they have now announced that there will be a minute’s silence at every league game in the Premier League, they will play the national anthem and then applaud in the 70th minute.”
“I think it’s a great thing for football fans to have the opportunity to pay tribute.
“But interestingly, Uefa, which runs the Champions League, has said you can’t play the national anthem.
“People decided to play Uefa. Tonight Rangers played Napoli and that’s what happened.”
“Now that’s the right answer to Uefa.”
https://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/21579933.piers-morgan-wowed-rangers-queen-tribute-national-anthem-declares-that-correct-response-uefa/?ref=rss Piers Morgan on Rangers Queen tribute and national anthem