// Published August 23, 2012 by isport

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has said that he is extremely nervous ahead of the first game that will be played at Ibrox since the liquidation of the club.

Rangers have been demoted to the third division of Scottish football and it will be a few more years before they get back into the Scottish Premier league. As a result, the old firm derby will not be taking place over this period of trouble for the Scottish club. The club is rumoured to be around £ 100 million in debt to various creditors. The club will have to sell-players in order to satisfy them, as they will not be happy playing in the third division of Scottish football.

Rangers managed to win the match against East Fife recently 4-0. Ally McCoist has said that he is extremely nervous ahead of the first match against an opposition at Ibrox because this would be the first time such a match will be played after Rangers were relegated at the start of the season. He has said that he is unsure whether the fans will be reacting in a good way or not. Lee McCulloch, Lee Wallace, and Dean Shiels scored the goals in the 4-0 win over the lower league opposition – East Fife.
“It was strange before the game.

“I was really nervous myself because I wanted to win the game but I wanted to give the fans something they would be pleased seeing. I actually think it’s a good thing. I don’t think I’ve ever been involved in a game of football where I’ve not had nerves. But this was a big, big game for the club in terms of the supporters and putting on a performance. The eyes of the country have been on us and will continue to be on us this season. We don’t want to let anyone down,” said McCoist.

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