Former Rangers man Bob Malcolm has taken to social media to plead with Rangers fans to support their team tonight.
The Gers face Aberdeen at Ibrox in the first of a double-header against the Pittodrie club which will go a long way to defining their season.
Off the pitch the club have their AGM tomorrow which has the potential to be a difficult day for Dave King and the Rangers directors.
With Rangers currently six points behind the Dons in the Scottish Premiership table, Malcolm used his personal Twitter account to rally the fans for tonight.
He said: “Our job as fans is to support our team so why don’t we get right behind them tonight everything positive.
“Any negativity in the stands translates on to the pitch 100%. Let’s show why we’re the best fans in the world.”
Our job as fans is to support our team so why don’t we get right behind them tonight everything positive . Any negativity in the stands translate on to the pitch 100%. Let’s show why were the best fans in the world IMO ????????????????
— Bob Malcolm (@Bobmalcolm12) November 29, 2017
Graeme Murty will once again be in charge of Rangers for tonight’s game, as their search for a new permanent manager continues.
Murty has been interim boss since Pedro Caixinha was sacked back in October.
He won his first two games in charge – against Hearts and Partick Thistle – but results have taken a turn for the worse since, with defeats to Hamilton and Dundee.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has lone been thought of as the favourite to become the next boss at Ibrox but as yet there has been no contact between Rangers and Aberdeen.
In other Rangers news, Kenny Miller has praised Graeme Murty