Rangers star’s wife shares coronavirus face mask selfie after Scots Prem halt

Rangers star Matt Polster has jetted off to Los Angeles to self-isolate during the coronavirus outbreak, his wife revealed.

Brittany Polster, who is hugely popular with the Gers faithful, shared a snap of the duo wearing face masks at Los Angeles airport.

She wrote "omfg we're home" before sharing a series of snaps from inside their California pad.

There was room for fast-food burger and chips, before she started to bake some maple syrup scones.

It comes after the Scottish Premiership was brought to a dramatic halt over the coronavirus outbreak, with all professional fixtures postponed until further notice including the Europa League.

Brittany has been warmly received at Ibrox thanks to her passionate displays of support for Steven Gerrard's side.

She is often pictured in the stands home and away, sporting the club's famous blue and red colours.

Last year she married Polster in a lavish ceremony in Las Vegas.

Rangers were trailing leaders Celtic by 13 points before the league was brought to a halt.

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After the suspension, Gerrard said: "I think it's having a huge impact on football as you know, games getting cancelled and leagues being put on hold around the world.

"But I think it's very much a time where football has to become secondary. People's lives are at risk, people's businesses are at risk.

"There are many more important things, much more important, than football right now.

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"But of course it's having a huge impact. Not just for us at Rangers Rangers but every club around the world.

"But for me it's very much a time where we all have to stick together, think about our own families first and foremost, and certainly put football second.

"I think we have to be patient, this is a virus that's spreading very, very quickly around the world."

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