Time is a great healer, but it doesn't look like Rangers fans have forgiven Michael O'Halloran for sitting with Celtic supporters at a Scottish Cup final last season.
O'Halloran, technically a Rangers player at the time, received a backlash after being photographed among Celtic fans at Hampden Park last May.
The 28-year-old, a boyhood Hoops supporter [Herald Scotland], left Ibrox for a stint in Australia a month later, but he is back in Scotland with St Johnstone following an injury-ravaged stint in the A-League.
But it looks like he might've picked up another injury today and, ironically, it came in a match against the light Blues' reserves at McDiarmid park.
O'Halloran, who managed just 78 minutes for Melbourne City in total, was replaced after 10 minutes for Saints in a game against Rangers youngsters today.
And some fans on the blue side of the Old Firm divide are mocking him on Twitter, following his Celtic past.
Hahahahahah— Mason Alexander (@Mason10RFC) February 11, 2019
Karma— CJ (@Cjnovo992) February 11, 2019
Brilliant— Kyle (@kylerutherford2) February 11, 2019
lovely— BillMcD (@Billymcdougall1) February 11, 2019
Double bonus for whoever did him— Boab (@83boabobski) February 11, 2019
O'Halloran is yet to score in any of his five games for Saints since returning to his homeland, and has only managed one shot [ESPN].
Today's game ended 1-1.
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