Rangers fans are getting ready to welcome Bayer Leverkusen to Ibrox this evening and if they’re anything like their official English language Twitter account, they’ll be more than welcome.

The German side is preparing to travel to Glasgow amid Europa League coronavirus chaos across the continent, with the Glasgow leg to be played in front of a crowd and the German one behind closed doors.

As a handy guide for their supporters who have made the trip to Glasgow, the BayArena club has released some tips on how to get down with the local Glasgow lingo.

Half the battle with getting on in Glasgow is adopting the local vernacular and these wee tips of Glesga patter will go a long way for the local people.

The Ibrox club’s support has also commended the German giant for embracing the local Glaswegian culture.

Rangers fans are preparing to welcome Leverkusen to Ibrox in the last 16 of the Europa League. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Taking to Twitter to respond to the notoriously creative account, they’ve been singing the praises of the Bundesliga outfit’s output.

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Here are some of the highlights from how Rangers fans responded to the Bayer Leverkusen Twitter account:

 

Rangers will play Bayer Leverkusen for the first time since 1998, where the club beat the German outfit 3-2 over two legs thanks largely to a 2-1 win in Germany.

That was also the day which none-other-than Rangers midfielder Ianis Hagi was born. Good omen or what?

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