Rangers defender Rob Kiernan has revealed that playing for the Gers is a special experience for him.

Kiernan signed for the Scottish giants from Wigan Athletic of the English Championship earlier this summer and has gone on to feature in 12 games for his new team in all competitions – the Championship, the League Cup and the Challenge Cup.

The defender has said that he always knew how big Rangers are, but realised their true magnitude only once he landed at Ibrox.

“When people say Rangers are a massive club, we know that down south, but until you actually come up here and be a part of it, where everyone treats you so well, it’s a real family”, he was quoted as saying by his club’s site.

“The fans and the players all get on, we’re all on the same path, and we just want to do well here.


“You maybe see crowds like that at top Premiership teams, and that’s it. Personally for me, I love walking out of that tunnel.

“It’s special.”

Rangers have started their season in great fashion and have won 13 of their 14 games in all competitions so far. Mark Warburton’s men have been especially dominant in league matches as they remain unbeaten after nine games.

The Gers will be up against Queen of the South in their next league fixture at Ibrox and will be eager to extend their league winning run to double figures.