Ghostly experience for DJ at Ibrox

AFTER only 11,000 fans turned up for the Rangers v Clyde game, ANDREW from Glasgow asked DJ what was the lowest crowd he ever played in front of at Ibrox?

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Rangers legend Derek Johnstone
Rangers legend Derek Johnstone

Back in the early 70s we were at home to Stenhousemuir in the League Cup and were leading 5-0 from the first leg.

Only around 6,000 fans were there for the second game at Ibrox. It was a ghostly experience and a very strange one to have that number of people inside the stadium.

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