Date: 2nd November 2018 at 8:00pm
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We all know that Ibrox is the best stadium in the world, and when it’s packed out with tens of thousands of the Rangers faithful, there is truly no better way to spend an evening.

It seems, though, that it isn’t just fans of the ‘Gers that feel this way.

Indeed, in a recent Q and A, Man Utd legend Gary Neville was asked about the loudest stadium that he’d played in outside of England, and – you guessed it – he said Ibrox as one of his choices!

It’s certainly good to hear that people outside of our famous club feel the same way about Ibrox.

On a big European, or indeed a big domestic night, it doesn’t get better than a night at Ibrox, and it’s seen some huge games over the years.

Man Utd were in our group back during the 2003/4 Champions League campaign, and so Neville felt the force of Ibrox first hand. Unfortunately, it didn’t end too well for us back then, but that didn’t dampen our spirits.

We’re hoping for more big European nights under Steven Gerrard sooner, rather than later.

Thoughts?

 

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