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12/10/2017 - 17:13 BST

He’s Rangers Daft, Will Tell Others What It Means To Play For Gers – St Johnstone Star On Graham Dorrans


St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson has revealed that his former Livingston team-mate Graham Dorrans is "Rangers daft" and will show his team-mates what it means to play for the Gers if they do not already know.

30-year-old Dorrans joined Pedro Caixinha's team in the summer from English outfit Norwich City and has so far featured in all eight of his side's Scottish Premiership matches, scoring an impressive four goals and setting up two more for his team-mates.

Davidson, who shared a dressing room with Dorrans at Livingston while still a youngster, insists that he is well aware of the 30-year-old's love for Rangers through speaking to him years ago.

And now that Dorrans' dream has finally been achieved, Davidson believes that anyone in the current Rangers side not knowing about the club's history and what it means to play for the Gers will be made aware of it by the Scottish international.


“Even when he was in my youth team at Livingston, he was Rangers daft. I know from speaking to him that he was desperate to join", Davidson was quoted as saying by Herald Scotland.  

"When I saw him pre-season, I had a laugh and joke with him, said: ‘You finally made it!’

“Having a couple of people like that in your team is a massive, massive help.

"If everybody isn’t aware what it means to play for Rangers, someone like Graham can certainly get it through to them."

The duo are scheduled to lock horns in the Premiership on Friday when Rangers visit McDiarmid Park.