Celtic, Rangers Show Rare Sign of Unity, Visit Fans of Other Team in Hospital

Sean Swaby@seanswabyUK Staff WriterDecember 23, 2014

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Old Firm is one of the most hostile and fierce derbies on the planet. 

Before Rangers' recent financial downturn, the two sides dominated the Scottish Premiership for decades in a rivalry that's divided Glasgow by neighbourhood and religion. 

But both sides recently visited Yorkhill Hospital in order to visit sick children, a fairly normal practice by football clubs, but the images that emerged show a sign of unity of sorts between the clubs. 

Rangers players posing with happy Celtic fans and vice versa? 

It must be Christmastime, but this was a wonderful display nonetheless. 

[Twitter, h/t Project Babb]

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