Rangers appear to have deleted all training content from their website and social media channels prior to Sunday’s clash against Aberdeen.

With the majority of the squad having returned from international duty, the Gers stepped up their pre-match preparations on Friday.

Steven Gerrard and Ryan Jack addressed the media prior to training and then, as usual, content was released across the day.

An image of the senior goalkeepers competing in a drill was tweeted before the club shared a teaser for a training video shot by RangersTV.

Later in the evening, a full training gallery was published at Rangers.co.uk and shared via Twitter.


However, all training content has since disappeared from the club’s website and social media channels, while there’s also no video on the RangersTV site.

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Rangers appear to have deleted all training content prior to their fixture against Aberdeen. (Photo by Craig Foy / SNS Group via Getty Images)

There’s a chance that there were technical problems with some of the content.

However, while it’s an uncommon move, it seems more likely that it was intentionally removed, perhaps to ensure Aberdeen aren’t able to obtain any information on Steven Gerrard’s plans ahead of the weekend.

The Gers boss said on Friday morning that he was still assessing player availability ahead of Sunday’s match [RangersTV] and the club may believe that the training material would have provided some clues as to who is and isn’t fit to feature at Ibrox.

It’s a huge game for the Premiership leaders, who are looking to return with a bang following the international break.

Aberdeen have secured a number of positive results in Glasgow in recent years and they haven’t lost a league match since September, but Derek McInnes will be without a handful of first-team players for the clash.

Ahead of the game, check out our Predicted XI.

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