Rangers star Connor Goldson has praised Adam Devine for his “mad knowledge” of the Ibrox club in a recent squad tour of the stadium and museum.

And captain James Tavernier has admitted that he stole one of the Rangers talent’s answers on a special visit to the new club Museum at New Edmiston House.

The Gers gave up their state-of-the-art training facilities to the England national team for a few days as the country rolled in to face off against Scotland.

Rangers would then take the opportunity to take the current Ibrox squad around the new museum on a tour before releasing a special video on the club’s RangersTV media channel.

In the clip, the Ibrox first team are seen wandering around the exhibitions as the club’s players old and new got an education into the history of the Famous Glasgow Rangers.

But it was one young pup whose knowledge and insight into the club turned heads as Connor Goldson applauded Adam Devine for his expert knowledge on all things Rangers.

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Connor Goldson, James Tavernier in awe of Adam Devine’s Rangers knowledge

The 20-year-old right-back came through the Academy at Ibrox and is a bluenose born and bred, showing off his knowledge of Rangers in a quiz which takes place as part of the museum tour.

Surprised at Adam Devine’s knowledge of Rangers, Connor Goldson applauded the kid and announced “your knowledge is mad y’know”.

Rangers captain James Tavernier then admitted to copying Adam Devine in correctly guessing that “the wee blue devil” was a nickname attributed to Ibrox hero of yesterday Alan Morton.

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Whilst young Adam Devine’s passion for Rangers might’ve been a surprise to Connor Goldson and James Tavernier it’ll come as no surprise to supporters.

For those who’ve followed Rangers since they were young the club is in the blood and good on Adam Devine for showing an understanding of Ibrox history.

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