Rangers fans at the match or tuning into the victory over Livingston on Sky Sports may well have heard the support singing along to ABBA classic Super Trouper.
The melody of the song could be heard being chanted from the Tony Macaroni and now the club have moved to confirm the lyrics to a special Rangers version.
📢 We've got Tavernier, Hagi, Kemar Roofe and Bassey.
Playing in Royal Blue,
Rangers through and through,
Putting on a show for you.
🎶 Stuck in your head all day! pic.twitter.com/mdMp6YD02H
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) November 28, 2021
Applauding the commitment of James Tavernier, Ianis Hagi, Kemar Roofe and Calvin Bassey, the catchy chant celebrates the contribution of all four players.
All four are popular amongst Rangers supporters and they’ve been recognised via the catchy chant which goes as follows:
“We’ve got Tavernier, Hagi, Kemar Roofe and Bassey.
“Playing in Royal Blue, Rangers through and through, Putting on a show for you.”
The song has also gone down well amongst the players themselves as both Calvin Bassey and Ianis Hagi share a clip of the song on their official Instagram accounts.
Clips of Rangers fans singing the song to the ABBA classic have also been doing the rounds on social media.
Tavernier,Hagi,Kemar roofe and bassey pic.twitter.com/DbWaTwY4k1
— Scott Weir 🇬🇧 (@ScottW10m) November 28, 2021
It was the perfect accompaniment to Rangers’ impressive 3-1 victory over Livingston as Giovanni van Bronckhorst continues his winning start to life as Gers boss.
Rangers fans belt out ABBA classic and have been in fine voice as of late
The Dutch coach has also had his own song belted out in recent weeks as Rangers continue to adopt chants aplenty in honour of their team and players.
Fashion Sakala’s chant – another which could be heard around the Tony Macaroni Stadium – was first adopted this season and even inspired the Zambian to find the back of the net.
It’s not even the first time the Gers support have adopted ABBA into their songbook in recent years either, with the club’s fans belting out a classic in honour of resident Swede Filip Helander.
However, supporters have been railing against a small pocket of fans who thoroughly embarrassed the club with some unacceptable chanting during the match with Livi.