You would maybe expect Rangers fans to be be happy after a 2-1 win over Hibernian, but coach Michael Beale had to snap back at one supporter.
The Gers did fall behind against Hibs on Sunday as Kevin Nisbet gave the visitors the lead at Ibrox.
Kemar Roofe dragged Rangers level in the second half after Ryan Porteous had been sent off, and Alfredo Morelos won it for the Gers.
Rangers sit top of the table after eight games. They have lost just once and drawn just once, winning six of their eight league games.
Have Steven Gerrard’s men been at their best this season? Definitely not, they look sluggish compared to last season’s side.
Still, Rangers are favourites for the league title and need to stick together in order to generate momentum and positive atmosphere.
One fan still wasn’t happy after Sunday’s win, and took to Twitter to criticise first-team coach Michael Beale.
Criticism for specific coaches always seems a little strange. As fans, it’s hard to really know what coaches do on a daily basis, so slating them often seems ill-informed.
Still, Beale received that criticism on Sunday and decided enough was enough – he wanted his own say.
The Rangers coach pointed out Rangers’ fine home and domestic records under Steven Gerrard, the man who brought Beale to Ibrox.
Beale then urged the fan in question to support the players rather than try to spread negativity, with Rangers needing everybody pulling in the same direction.