'Different world' - Former boss sends warning to Rangers new boy
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Greg Stewart sent warning by former boss after Rangers move

Rangers new boy Greg Stewart has been warned by former manager Paul Hartley that he’s entering a “different world” after completing his move to Ibrox.
Hartley made a similar move to Stewart when he joined Celtic aged 30 and admits that his former Dundee player’s “life will change” now he plays for one of the Old Firm.

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Stewart spent last season on loan at Aberdeen and Kilmarnock after struggling for games at parent club Birmingham and Hartley has insisted Stewart will need to work hard to force his way into Steven Gerrard’s plans.
“It’s a different world when you go 
to Rangers or Celtic, in terms of the professionalism and what you need to do and be aware of. His life will change and he knows that,” Hartley said, as quoted by the Daily Record.

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“I went to Celtic at 30. I was experienced and I was a similar position to Greg where I was joining my boyhood team.
“You know when you go there that there are really good players about you and you aren’t guaranteed a game but you need to force your way into the team.”
Stewart joins Jake Hastie, Jordan Jones and Steven Davis as summer signings at Ibrox as Gerrard’s side look to improve on last season.

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Gerrard will be hoping the Gers get the Stewart that shone at Kilmarnock last season rather than the one who struggled to find his feet at Pittodrie after the winter break.
If Stewart can replicate the form he showed at Rugby Park then the 29-year-old could prove to be a valuable asset to the Gers in their chase for the title over the coming season.

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