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Philippe Clement in Rangers car share with Kris Boyd as duo discuss Celtic fan meetings and Glasgow life

Philippe Clement says he has been wowed by the level of passion for football in Glasgow and admits he doesn't mind a bit of friendly banter with Celtic fans.

The Rangers boss has completely transformed the Ibrox club's season since his arrival back in October, firing the Light Blues into title contention as well as getting his hands on the Viaplay Cup. Rangers trail Celtic at the top of the Premiership summit by just a point, but have played a game less than their city rivals.

The Belgian will get his first taste of an Old Firm fixture at Ibrox this Sunday when the Gers welcome the Hoops to Govan in a mammoth clash in the race for the Premiership crown. And ahead of the game, the 50-year-old has shared a car journey around the city with former Rangers favourite Kris Boyd. In a short clip to tease the feature - which will be shown on Sky Sports - the ex Gent, Club Brugge and Monaco manager says he has loved every minute of his time in the city so far.

Clement said: "We love it. The passion for football is amazing and I have never seen or heard about it in that way. You cannot explain it to other people. It is a really special place."

Clement also insists that he doesn't have a problem with Rangers fans stop him in the street for a photo or an autograph, and says that he hasn't had too much bother from supporters' from the other half of the Glasgow divide.

He added: "No, it's also a thing that happens in Belgium. People are passionate but also respectful here. When they are from the other side of the town a little bit less so but it's not violent and is more about them showing their emotions. I don't mind that."

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