Twitter talk suggests upcoming Ibrox return for 39-cap Rangers cult hero
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Twitter talk suggests Sasa Papac could return for Rangers Legends game

Rangers cult hero Sasa Papac is reportedly set to return to Ibrox stadium for the upcoming Legends match with Liverpool on the 12th October, according to a discussion on Twiter.

A Twitter user tweeted footballer-turned-presenter Simon Ferry requesting his team tries to coincide the visit of Sasa Papac with an interview for popular Open Goal YouTube channel.

Rangers influencer Gregco was then tagged and said he would try and connect the two men to set the exciting interview up.

Whilst there’s been no official list of ex-players confirmed for the charity friendly, it promises to be a top affair and attract a variety of ex-players from both sides to Ibrox.

Steven Gerrard will be leading out the Liverpool side at Ibrox and it was revealed by Richard Gough that he’ll be joined by 115-cap Spain legend Fernando Torres [Rangers].

The Rangers website also confirmed that Luis Garcia and Jamie Carragher will also be turning up for the match.

There promises to be a host of big names from the Anfield club’s past show up to Ibrox and the entire thing is set up to be a special event for both clubs.

Sasa Papac – who earned 39 caps for Bosnia & Herzegovina – is a cult hero at Ibrox. (Photo by Wattie Cheung/Getty Images)

Gough himself will be playing and also appeared to confirm Carlos Cuellar will be returning to Ibrox and so will Alan Hutton.

Marvin Andrews has also spoken about his excitement to be taking part in the game which is set to take place during the international break.

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