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Steven Davis: Rangers wouldn't exist without our fans so games shouldn't be played behind closed doors

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Steven Davis insists Rangers will be ready to go once the call comes to resume action.

He said: "Rangers wouldn't exist without its fans, therefore I personally do not believe games should be played behind closed doors.



"Stay safe, follow government guidelines and look after yourself.



The veteran midfielder and the rest of the Ibrox squad have been placed on lockdown by the Government's strict measures aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus threat.

However, Northern Ireland skipper Davis is confident the personal training regimes drawn up by Steven Gerrard's backroom staff will ensure the Light Blues are in top condition once the traps finally open.

"There is a lot of uncertainty and worry for everyone around the world right now and I know what an institution like Rangers means to our loyal fans but football must be secondary right now and it's vital we follow the advice of the Government to get this virus under control," he said.

As things stand, football in Scotland is on hold until April 30 at the earliest.
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