AHEAD of the Old Firm Derby, one Rangers legend has been filmed getting into the spirit with a rendition of one of the club’s songs on karaoke.
Arthur Numan played left-back for the Gers between 1998 and 2003 and racked up well over 100 appearances for the club and numerous winners’ medals.
Despite it being over a decade since he pulled on the light blue jersey, the 47-year-old Dutchman appears to have lost none of his passion for the Ibrox club.
In footage which was shared on social media on Friday night, Numan can be seen belting out his very own version of Rangers’ song ‘Every Other Saturday’.
Numan’s performance has already been viewed over 62,000 times with a further 2,200 likes and 200 comments on Facebook.
The footage shows Numan, dressed in an orange polo shirt and jeans with a red, white and blue hat, singing in front of a large crowd packed inside the Louden Tavern pub.
Hundreds of adoring Gers fans clap and sing along with their hero as Numan belts he tune out on the microphone.
The footage ends with a loud roar from the crowd as Numan punches his fist outwards and appears to say: “Come on the Rangers.”
Fans have been quick to comment on Numan’s karaoke performance.
Neil MacCuish wrote: “Best left back to play here and a true blue.”
Scott Lapping commented: “Arthur singing in the Louden tonight!”
Whilst David Scott added: “Saw him in the West End yesterday. Legend!”
Numan won 45 caps for Holland and was signed to Rangers for £4.5 million by Dutch boss Dick Advocaat.
Numan will be hoping his former club can put an end to their recent Old Firm form in today’s derby which kicks off at midday.