Arsenal talent and Ross County loanee Harry Clarke has praised the “incredible experience” he had at Rangers in the Staggies’ recent trip to Ibrox.
The Gers ran out 4-2 winners over Malky McKay’s County side over the weekend with the Ibrox side also taking part in Remembrance Sunday tributes with the actual event taking place during the international break.
Taking to Twitter, 20-year-old defender Clarke praised the experience at Ibrox Stadium and claimed the atmosphere inside the ground was “crazy”.
Rangers and their supporters take great pride in remembering the sacrifices of the country’s war dead, the scale of both World Wars and the service of acting military and naval personnel.
It is something that is woven into the fabric of the club and was exemplified against Ross County by way of a tifo in the Broomloan and Lest We Forget display in the Sandy Jardine stand.
Fans, players and staff also took part in a minute’s silence before kick-off which was ended by the bang of canons from acting service personnel.
Rangers and Ross County directors and staff also laid wreaths prior to the match with Rangers’ approach to the service also being praised by a Ross County staffer.
The Highland club also have a proud tradition of Remembrance with County explaining “Ross County was founded and has long associated roots with the armed forces”.
Highly-regarded Arsenal talent brands Rangers experience “incredible”
England youth international Harry Clarke, 20, joined Ross County in the summer on a season-long loan deal after spending last season on loan at Oldham Athletic.
Centre-back Clarke is highly regarded by the Gunners and signed a new long-term deal with the club in 2019.
Rangers ran out 4-2 victors on the day against Ross County with goals from Joe Aribo, Ryan Kent, Juninho Bacuna, and an Alex Iacovitti own goal the difference.
Joseph Hungbo had given Ross County the lead with Jordan White adding a late consolation.
Rangers fans also had cause to celebrate beyond the three points as a key player officially made his return to the side.