Euro 2016: Thousands of Fans Gather in Glasgow in Open Top Buses to Celebrate England’s Embarrassing Campaign

THE city of Glasgow welcomed tens of thousands of people today who travelled from all over in open top buses to mark England’s dreadful Euro 2016 campaign.

The fans, dressed in Iceland, Slovakian and Wales tops sang, waved flags, danced and drank late into the afternoon as parties are expected to litter the city later on.

Spokesperson for the event spoke to Dafty News:

“We are very proud to hold such an event. As you know, Glasgow is a city steeped in football tradition with its emphasis being based on tolerance and acceptance. This is our way of celebrating England’s laughable demise.”

The celebrations are expected to be coupled with Andy Murray winning Wimbledon after legend Roger Federer was knocked out today in a rare shock defeat.

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