May 26, 2022

Rangers have unveiled more global superstars who will be joining the Weekend of Legends game next month.

Ibrox Club will host Gers Legends vs World XI to mark 150Th Birthday – with one Former-Celtic The star is ready to line up for the touring side.


Former Galactico Claude Makelele
Ruby Kane will be included.


Ruby Kane will be included.

The game – which is set to take place on March 26 – was announced late last year and included Luis Figo, Roberto Carlos, Giorgi Hagi and Robert Pierce.

Former Celtic borrower Ruby Kane is also set to join the Star Stud lineup.

Rangers first-team coach Roy McKay will also line up for World Legends.

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Now, Champions League winners Claude Makéléle, Ricardo Carvalho, Iván Córdoba and Predrag Mijatović will play for the visiting team.

Manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst will work with the Gers team alongside Paul Gascoigne, Kris Boyd, Michael Mols, Sasa Papac and Nikica Jelavic.

Rangers include Ronald de Boer, Alan Hutton, Carlos Kevlar, Pedro Mendes, Lee McCluch and Jorge Albertz.

Rangers XI so far

Hutton, Kevlar, McClutch, Papak, Albertz, Gascoigne, Mendes, Ferguson, De Boer, Moles, Jellock, Boyd.

World Legends

Cڈrdoba, Carvalho, Roberto Carlos, McLean, Figo, Macaye, Hagi, Pires, Mejatovich, Kane

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Club legend Barry Ferguson will lead the team.

Commenting on the event, Van Bronkourst said: “It would be an honor to come out of the Ibrox tunnel again and join our former teammates in this incredible match.

“Playing for the Rangers has been a highlight of my career so it’s always an honor to relive that experience and to do so for our 150th anniversary match.”

As part of the match, Rangers will donate to the Louis Fuego Foundation, which was established in 2003 to support education, health and sports for children and youth around the world.

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The great Portuguese Figo said Rangers website“I have a lot of memories of Glasgow winning the UEFA Champions League in 2002 and Legends Week at Ibrox is going to be another memorable occasion.

“I’m looking forward to captaining a team that will include former World Cup, Champions League and Ballon d’Or winners and, best of all, the weekend will raise significant funds for the Merry Foundation, which will raise funds around the world. Helps children. “

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