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Roy Makaay reveals the Rangers mantra he and Gio van Bronckhorst are driving home as he admits Ibrox move was no-brainer

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Roy Makaay says didn't even have to think about it when Gio van Bronckhorst asked him to jump aboard the Rangers bandwagon.

Dutch coach Makaay was one of Van Bronckhorst 's first signings when he took the reins at Ibrox in November with the two having worked together at Feyenoord previously.

Makaay, who enjoyed a legendary playing career in which he won league titles with Bayern Munich and Deportivo La Coruna, joined alongside Dave Vos, Arno Phillips and Yori Bosschart in a new-look coaching team.

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