Plenty of Rangers supporters have made it clear that they aren’t impressed with the new Player Number T-Shirt range that appeared on the online Rangers Store earlier this week.

Since the club signed a kit and retail partnership with Castore in May last year, the variety of options available to fans in terms of official Rangers clothing has greatly increased.

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Rangers captain James Tavernier wearing matchday gear that’s available on the Rangers Store. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Generally speaking, supporters have been impressed with the playing kits but other ranges have had more mixed receptions, with pricing and design two major areas of complaint.

Every time it looks like the final range of the season has been released, another batch of new designs appear either in-store or online and this week, it’s the Player Number T-shirt collection.

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For the price of £20, fans can purchase a blue t-shirt with the club crest and a small player number on the front and a larger number and player name on the back (all in red).

Interestingly, the Castore logo doesn’t appear anywhere on the t-shirts and they aren’t specifically advertised on the Rangers Store as Castore products.

Here’s a selection of reactions to this latest offering:

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