A Rangers fans group took aim at the Green Brigade today - with supposed 'stolen' banners.

The Union Bears taunted their Celtic counterparts during this afternoon's win over Kilmarnock at Ibrox.

They held aloft a display towards the end of the match, with two of the banners upside down, and the others perfectly legible. 

The banners had previously been displayed by the Green Brigade at a previous game when they gave stick to Philippe Clement over his comments that Rangers were 'moral champions' of the most recent derby between the sides, which finished 3-3 in April. They also branded the Ibrox club 'serial losers'.

Now, a photo has emerged from Rangers' 4-1 win today where the Union Bears rearranged the signs, which were allegedly taken from the Green Brigade.

The display read: "Green Brigade. Serial losers of banners."

A picture of the display was posted by an ultras page on X and they wrote: "Union Bears (Rangers) with stolen Green Brigade (Celtic) banners for the derby next week."

It was a busy day for the group who also fired a blast at the Scottish Government

A series of banners at the beginning of the game read: "Minister for Transport - s****, Minister for Culture - s****, Justice Secretary - s****, Health Secretary - s****, First Minister - s****. F*** the SNP."

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Meanwhile, Derek McInnes has questioned why referee David Dickinson added on eight minutes at the end of the first-half during Kilmarnock’s match against Rangers at Ibrox this afternoon.

The Rugby Park club were leading 1-0 at the end of the opening 45 minutes in the cinch Premiership encounter in Govan thanks to James Tavernier’s own goal.

But Dickinson, who had made two VAR checks on his pitchside monitor, allowed play to continue and Fabio Silva netted an equaliser shortly before he blew his whistle for half-time.

McInnes, who felt the red card which his centre half Joe Wright was shown for a handball on the goal line was "extremely harsh", was perplexed about where the match official found so much extra time.