Rangers hero Ian Durrant has recalled a dressing room brawl where goalkeeper Andy Goram and Nigel Spackman came to blows and had to be separated.

The Light Blues found themselves 1-0 down to Aberdeen during a 1992 clash thanks to a goal from ex-Celtic star Roy Aitken.

Goram was furious that Spackman failed to close the goalscorer down before he struck and made his feelings known.

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But after he was told to "f*** off" by the former Chelsea defender, Goram wouldn't accept the back-talk and thumped him in the changing room at half-time.

Speaking on Football Daft podcast with Ewen Cameron and Grado, Durrant recalled: "We're playing Aberdeen and not doing so well.

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"Of all players Roy Aitken has put one in the top corner past the goalie.

"The goalie was shouting at Spackman to close him down but Spackman says 'f*** off' or something.

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"We come in at half-time and the goalie goes 'what'd you say?' and Spackman says 'f***ing shut up and sit down'.

"Next minute, bang, he's hit him a couple of digs.

"The gaffer just sat down and a couple of players split it up. He goes 'right, is that it?'

"We won the game and the two of them are laughing and joking after the game."