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Rangers keeper Allan McGregor's response when Barry Ferguson asked if he meant to hurt nephew Lewis

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Barry Ferguson has revealed Allan McGregor "looked him in the eye" and insisted he did not mean to hurt his nephew Lewis.

"I think he's gone out to protect himself."

The Rangers keeper failed in an appeal against a two-game ban for a studs-up challenge on the Aberdeen teenager during last week's powderkeg clash at Pittodrie.



But he honestly said to me, and I know Allan and I know what type of guy he is - do I think he's gone out to hurt somebody?

Rangers legend and Record Sport columnist Ferguson believes McGregor is telling the truth over the incident and reckons it was only worth a yellow card.

Speaking to PLZ Soccer , Ferguson recalled the full exchange: "I bumped into Allan on Sunday and I asked him.

"But thankfully Lewis never got hurt.
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