Gers fans adopt new chant for summer signing as his latest tweet polarises hurting supporters
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Rangers fans adopt ABBA song for Man Utd kid as tweet polarises fans

Rangers kid Amad Diallo is already the talk of the Gers support as the Man United talent gets his own ABBA inspired song.

Amad might only be 19 but he shone as one of the best players on the park against Ross County and opened the scoring in a frenetic affair which has had Gers fans licking their wounds ever since.

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A rare bright spark on an afternoon defined by individual mistakes and not individual performances, Amad Diallo got his Rangers career off to a flyer after only five minutes.

Finding himself onside and on the end of a low Joe Aribo cross, Rangers fans and Amad Diallo were perfectly entitled to believe the Ibrox side would go on to dominate Ross County in the match.

However – courtesy of two Allan McGregor howlers, some Three Stooges-esque defending and two scrappy rebounds – five more goals would be scored and Rangers would throw away two points.

But before all that, Rangers supporters erupted into a new chant for Man United kid Amad Diallo to the tune of 1979 ABBA song Voulez-Vous.

Here’s the words below:

“Di-al-lo, aha. Running down the wing, aha. Here the Rangers sing, aha. We’re gonnae win the league.”

Interchange aha with Amad if you’re that way inclined. Rangers fans certainly do love adopting an ABBA track.

Rangers fans adopt Amad Diallo song as highlight reel polarises support

Whilst Amad Diallo was certainly impressive on his debut in the 3-3 draw with Ross County, the end result and the howlers of the Ivorian winger’s teammates left a lot to be desired.

Next up for Amad Diallo is a trip to Celtic Park and as he reflected on his own debut, the Man United kid took to Twitter with a highlights reel.

For Rangers fans of a certain vintage, this might not have landed so well but so long as the kid keeps producing on the pitch the notion there could be more of these to come is surely a good thing.

It obviously didn’t help that Rangers threw away two points by sloppily conceding in the final minute of injury time to a corner kick and perhaps in the next set of clips will come amid a different mood altogether.

In modern football you expect this sort of thing though and given how significant the moment was for Amad Diallo, fans would be better judging him by an impressive performance on the pitch.

Whilst Man United kid Amad Diallo got his own song for Rangers, there is one player who fans have been lamenting ever since the woeful result against Ross County.

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