Rangers manager Walter Smith has pleaded with the club's supporters to end all sectarian songs.
At the weekly press conference at Ibrox yesterday, Smith asked that the fans ensure that they sing all sectarian songs right to the end rather than finish half way through.
"There is nothing more annoying than being at a game and enjoying singing along to songs, only for them to stop half way through the verse", the 63 year old explained.
"I was on the terracing for many years before I became Glasgow Rangers manager and part of the whole experience has always been having a right good sing song with your mates.
There is nothing worse that getting in the swing, building up to a crescendo and then another part of the crowd inexplicably starting up a new chant when the previous one isn't properly finished".
Smith believes that, if football is to remain attractive to the average punter, then good quality communal singing is essential.
"If you're paying good money to see a game, you shouldn't have to put up with abridged versions of the classics.
After all,you wouldn't like the ref to blow for full time with 15 minutes still to go".