'Very long evening' - Rival manager opens up on taking struggling side to Ibrox
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Dundee boss opens up on taking his struggling side to Ibrox

Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has warned his players they are in for a “very long evening” if they go to Ibrox tonight with any doubt in their abilities.
The struggling Dens Park side are only four points from the bottom of the league and face a Rangers side in fantastic form after back-to-back 5-0 wins.

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The Dens boss insists going to places like Ibrox is why his players are in football and thinks his side should “embrace” playing in front of 50,000 fans.
“For me, these are the places you want to go to. That’s why you are in football – you want to go and embrace playing at Ibrox, Parkhead, the big stadiums,”
McIntyre said, as quoted by The Courier.

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“So you have to go there and have a real belief in your ability for a start.
“If you go there with self-doubt then it can be a very long evening.”
Rangers will be desperate to continue their recent fine form and put pressure on rivals Celtic after massive upheaval at Celtic Park.

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With an eight-point gap to try to close, the Gers can’t afford any slip-ups if they are to have any chance of winning the title.
After struggling to beat Dundee last time out at Dens Park, the Gers have won their last 11 home league ties with Jim McIntyre’s side.

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