Rangers fans have been loving an expert stitch up as comedian and impressionist Darren Farley guts talkSPORT host Jason Cundy.

The notable comedy actor has made a career out of impersonating the biggest names in football with his high-pitched “yeeeeaaaaah course” Steven Gerrard one of his main acts.

The popular talk radio station drafted Farley in to conduct the prank with Cundy stitched up good and proper by his co-host Andy Goldstein.

Farley would pretend to be Rangers manager Steven Gerrard in a pre-arranged interview with Cundy, who believed he was genuinely speaking to the Anfield legend.

 

Originally set up through Zoom, the talkSPORT host was led to believe that for some reason Gerrard’s camera wasn’t working.

With Goldstein whispering in his ear, Farley proceeded to act aggressively and grumpily with Cundy whilst pretending to be Steven Gerrard.

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Calling Cundy out for calling Scottish football tinpot and claiming that he hadn’t watched the Euros, the prank leaves the talkSPORT host speechless and genuinely stunned.

It’s a thoroughly enjoyable few minutes and the radio presenter is left squirming throughout.

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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard was used to play a prank on TalkSPORT host Jason Cundy. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, a former Rangers star has been extensively linked with a shock move to England and a Premier League club currently struggling to fill their management void.

However – just hours after breaking the story – a leading UK outlet has been claiming that the continental ex-Ger won’t be moving to England after all.

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