VIDEO: 'They’re living on the streets in Dublin' - Glasgow Rangers fans voice their opinion on Scottish independence

Voters in Scotland will go to the polls tomorrow to decide whether Scotland goes it alone or stays as part of the United Kingdom.

VIDEO: 'They’re living on the streets in Dublin' - Glasgow Rangers fans voice their opinion on Scottish independence

However, these football fans appear to have already made up their minds.

While this video may not be representative of all Glasgow Rangers supporters' views on tomorrow's referendum, these match goers leave viewers in no doubt as to where their loyalties lie - they're firmly south of the border.

They sing derogatory songs about Alex Salmond, the leader of the Scottish National Party and also about Bobby Sands, a member of the Provisional IRA who died at the Maze Prison while on hunger strike in 1981.

One man, wearing an England football shirt, makes the rather bizarre claim that if Scotland goes independent: "We'll go like Dublin. Take a camera to Dublin, they're living on the streets, they're living on the streets because they're skint".

He then goes on to say that if the Yes vote is successful, he'll move to England but then corrects himself and says he'll go to Wales because England, he says, "lets immigrants in".

This video, uploaded nine months ago, contains a lot of bad language so if you are easily offended, watch with caution.

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