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Saturday, 11 August 2012 12:18

Gers Forced Into Strip Change

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RANGERS have been forced into wearing white training shirts for their first ever match in the Third Division.

The Ibrox men were expected to wear their new third kit – black with blue pin stripes – which we revealed on the web site today.

However, it has been decided that this would clash with Peterhead’s all-blue outfit and Rangers had to adapt.

The second kit is not yet available so Rangers had to quickly pull together a ‘new’ strip for their inaugural game in the bottom tier off the Scottish game.

So they are wearing a white training shirt for the clash with Jim McInally’s side at Balmoor Stadium.

Remember full coverage of the game on the official Twitter account.

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