Rangers fans everywhere are getting excited about the club’s form this season – including the mother of former Ibrox midfielder Alex Rae.
Rae is a known Rangers fan and after his mum, Agnes phoned into Clyde Superscoreboard it’s pretty easy to see why.
The Ibrox midfielder’s mother was audibly excited to sing the praises of Rangers after the 2-0 win over Livingston as she called into the popular radio phone-in, which her son was speaking on.
“Hello, can I speak to my son, please? Alex”, started Agnes, much to the surprise of Alex Rae.
“How you doing, ma?” responded a startled Rae.
“What can we do for you? I didn’t even know you knew the number!
“You don’t want me to bring milk in, do you?”
After a few laughs, Mrs Rae quickly got things back onto the football as she sang Rangers’ praises.
“I’d like to speak about Rangers and how well they’re doing,” said Mrs. Rae.
“I said it at the beginning of the year, Alex, back on top form and I feel this is going to be another helicopter Sunday.”
Rae, who was at Ibrox between 2004 and 2006, saw the funny side and there’s little doubt that Agnes had a point to make.
Rangers’ 2-0 victory over Livingston is further evidence of the club’s progress over the last year and the club’s supporters have every reason to be excited about our chances this season.
Let’s just hope it’s not quite as close as Helicopter Sunday, although you’ll be hard-pressed to find a fan who wouldn’t take a repeat come May.