Date: 29th November 2017 at 3:32pm
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Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack has revealed that he expects to get stick from Aberdeen fans when he plays for Rangers tonight, but he’s vowed that it won’t effect his game.

The former Aberdeen captain is set to his old side for the first time tonight at Ibrox.

The teams have a long-standing rivalry, and Jack knows that Aberdeen fans aren’t particularly pleased that he joined Rangers.

Jack even got booed whilst playing for Scotland at Pittodrie recently, but claim’s he’s trying to put that to one side to focus on the game.

“I know that there’s going to be a lot said. That’s football, that’s the way it goes,”, he told Sky Sports Scotland.

“It’s just something you have to deal with. It’s focusing on the football side of it, whatever happens off the park, whatever’s said off the park, it’s out of my control”, he continued.

Rangers go into tonight’s game six points behind the Dons, with the teams set to meet again at Pittodrie on Sunday, where Jack no doubt get even more abuse than he does tonight.

Graeme Murty is once again in charge of Rangers for this evening’s game, as their search for a permanent manager continues.

In other Rangers news, Graham Roberts has revealed that he would love to manage Rangers 

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