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Jordan Jones sends message to Rangers fans after today’s victory and imminent 55th title

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Jordan Jones sends message to Rangers fans after today’s victory and imminent 55th title

Glasgow Rangers loanee Jordan Jones has sent a message of congratulations to Steven Gerrard and the Ibrox club on Twitter as they edge closer to a 55th Scottish title.

Gers coach Michael Beale responded to the 26-year-old with a classy message which plenty of Bears simply loved.

Jones joined Rangers in 2019 from Kilmarnock and has made 19 appearances in light blue, scoring one goal and registering two assists.

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However, the winger struggled for game time this season, and his red card against Celtic and an off-the-pitch incident last year didn’t do him any favours either.

He left Ibrox in the winter transfer window to link up on loan with English League One side Sunderland, where he has been doing well.

Meanwhile, Rangers have edged ever closer to the Scottish Premiership title, and could clinch it this weekend if results go their way.

Steven Gerrard’s charges beat St Mirren 3-0 at Ibrox today to move within a point of the title, and if Celtic fail to beat Dundee United on Sunday, the Gers will be crowned champions.

Here is what Jones tweeted about Rangers:

 

What Beale wrote in response:

And what some Bears made of the classy exchange:

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