Date: 3rd December 2016 at 7:54am
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Cheeky Aberdeen fans are set to commemorate the liquidation of Rangers in 2012 when they visit Ibrox to play Sevco for the first time.

The Dons had a horrendous record against Rangers with fans having to go back to 1991 for their last victory over the club.

Discovering that every one of those matches was against a team created by an unlimited Bank of Scotland overdraft or refusing to pay Inland Revenue/HMRC wasn’t much comfort when the truth emerged around 2010.

When Sevco visited Pittodrie earlier in the season Aberdeen fans held a round of applause in the 12th minute to acknowledge and respect the liquidation of the Rangers club after they failed to gain a CVA leaving 276 creditors out of pocket.

Today’s match will have a big bearing on the battle for second place with an away win seeing the Dons overtake Mark Warburton’s side and drop Sevco into fourth place.

With Dave King repeating at the club AGM his expectation that the team with the second biggest budget in the country should finish a clear second the pressure is bound to increase on Warbo.

With seven wins out of 15 matches in the top tier of Scottish football it is getting harder and harder to make excuses for the results and dire football being served up by the former city trader.