IN tonight’s official matchday programme there are exclusive interviews with Nikola Katic, former Gers players Gedion Zelalem, Alex Miller and Terry Hurlock and Academy winger Josh McPake.

Nikola Katic discusses his ambition to play for his senior national team, following in the footsteps of famous Croatian players at Rangers, his friendship with Borna Barisic and his hopes and targets for the remainder of the 2019/20 season.

Gedion Zelalem is now playing his football in the United States having recently signed for New York City.

The 23-year-old midfielder, who joined Rangers on loan from Arsenal in season 2015/16 when the Light Blues won the Scottish Championship and the Challenge Cup, reflects on his memorable spell in Glasgow.

He also looks forward to the next chapter of his career in the Big Apple and remembers his early years as a player at the Gunners when he rubbed shoulders with Glen Kamara.

Alex Miller – who played for Rangers from 1967 to 1982 – has been delighted to see Steven Gerrard have such a positive impact at Ibrox.

Miller was also a first team coach at Liverpool so he has worked with both Gerrard and his assistant Gary McAllister and knows all about the leadership qualities and football knowledge both men possess.

Also in tonight’s 84-page issue Josh McPake chats about at his recent loan spell at Dundee, Scott Arfield answers a range of questions from fans on social media for ‘On The Spot’, Terry Hurlock remembers his “incredible” year at Ibrox working under Graeme Souness in 1990/91, Steven Gerrard and James Tavernier provide their pre-match manager and captain’s columns, there is a tricky half-time quiz, a Hall of Fame feature (Ian Durrant), They Played At Ibrox (Per Mertesacker), a Junior Gers section plus so much more.

Don’t miss it!

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