Many Rangers fans have discussed the upcoming behind closed door games against Leicester City.
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According to the popular Twitter page @4ladshadadream, the two sides will face up tomorrow at Ibrox, including both the development and first-team squad, which may feature Jordan Jones if fit enough.
The page also claims that ‘the Leicester management is said to be keen to strengthen ties with ‘Scotland’s Premier Club”.
The Gers and the Foxes both are both having successful campaigns so far. Both sit second in their respective divisions and could be looking for a bit of competitiveness amongst their squad during an international break.
On the weekend, Ranges have Hamilton Academical away from home before they have the huge tie of Feyenoord away in the Europa League – a game where they could go one step closer to qualify for the knockout stages of the competition
Many have discussed Andy King in the build-up. Indeed, the Leicester outcast hasn’t had the most successful of spells in Glasgow, featuring just twice in the Scottish Premiership, while another connection between the Foxes and Glasgow obviously comes through Brendan Rodgers, who previously managed Celtic.
Here are some of the replies below…
Agent brendan at it again
— Ranga Rider (@Ranga_Rider) November 19, 2019
Haha love it
— Steven Gerrards Blue n White Army (@55incoming) November 18, 2019
Nice to see the Andy King testimonial happen
— William (@WTownsley) November 18, 2019
Hoping Jamie Murphy is given a good run out. For me he’s more important than king (just my opinion)
— Munro83 (@sandywilson83) November 18, 2019
They taking Andy King back down the road with them haha?
— Christopher Cooper (@ChrisCooper0) November 18, 2019
Andy King derby
— Sam Addison (@_SamAddison) November 18, 2019
— jmac (@jamesmac213) November 18, 2019
Brendan Rodgers loves the Rangers! pic.twitter.com/WpcbKy7xlP
— Captain Deadpool (@Tannock316) November 18, 2019
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