Rangers 'immensely saddened' over death of fan after Ibrox victory

The 73-year-old fan became unwell while travelling home from Wednesday's game against Motherwell.

Rangers ‘immensely saddened’ over death of 73-year-old fan after Ibrox victory SNS Group

A Rangers fan died after becoming unwell on his way home from the club’s 3-0 victory over Motherwell on Wednesday.

Robbie Stewart was travelling on the Perth True Blues supporters bus when the incident took place.

The 73-year-old had been in attendance at the Premiership game which kicked off at 7.45pm at Ibrox stadium.

The club say they are “immensely saddened” by the news, which was confirmed in a statement released on social media on Friday.

The post on Twitter said: “Rangers Football Club is immensely saddened to confirm the death of a supporter following Wednesday’s match.

“Robbie Stewart, aged 73, became unwell aboard his supporters’ club bus, the Perth True Blues.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with Robbie’s friends and family.”

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