RANGERS have commissioned a recording of fan favourite 'Every Saturday We Follow' that will be played at Ibrox on match days.

The song became a regular part of supporters' repertoire last season and will now be heard at Ibrox once again.

The recording will be used for the first time this weekend when Steven Gerrard's side face Celtic in their Scottish Cup fourth round clash.

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Rangers released the tune to fans on Thursday morning and an email to MyGers members states: "Supporters are the life and soul of Rangers Football Club and although we have missed seeing fans at games, you have been with us every step of the way as we clinched 55.

"You, as a MyGers Member, directly support the success of the first team.  

"We can’t wait to welcome you back to Ibrox, when restrictions allow so that we can celebrate our success together.

"We hope it won’t be long before we can create more legendary atmospheres at Ibrox especially in the UEFA Champions League.

"As a tribute to some of our best fan celebrations and displays, the club has commissioned a special recording of the popular 'Every Saturday We Follow' fan song. 

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"The song will be added to our warm-up stadium playlist for this weekend’s Old Firm game and beyond.

"It will be played alongside an updated version of 'Four Lads Had a Dream' which now says "55 titles, we’re still going strong"."