Martyn Waghorn and Jordan Thompson react to new Rangers kit

Steven Gerrard shakes hands with Dave King as he is unveiled as the new manager of Rangers football Club at Ibrox Stadium on May 4, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Rangers have released three new kits for the 2018-19 campaign.

Steven Gerrard shakes hands with Dave King as he is unveiled as the new manager of Rangers football Club at Ibrox Stadium on May 4, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Rangers have released their new 2018-19 kit on their official Twitter account, which includes a striking orange third strip ahead of Gerrard's first match at Ibrox - and former Gers duo Jordan Thompson and Martyn Waghorn have reacted on Twitter.

The Gers have changed their kit manufacturer from Puma, who designed the shirts last season, to Hummel - which has also seen Auchenhowie renamed the Hummel Training Centre.

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New signing Scott Arfield posed alongside James Tavernier and Greg Docherty in the new kit, with the away strip featuring a red and blue sash going diagonally through the white shirt.

 

Waghorn, who now plays for Ipswich Town reacted with a fire emoji, while Northern Ireland international and former Manchester United academy product was also impressed by the new kit.

Thompson left the Gers to join Blackpool this summer after his contract expired at Ibrox, but he reacted on Twitter to the new kits by posting: "Rangers strips are pure class."

Rangers play host to English minnows Bury on Friday at Ibrox, in what will be Gerrard's first official friendly after watching his side beat Welsh outfit TNS 3-1 on Tuesday in a behind closed doors friendly.

Their competitive campaign begins on July 12, as the Gers play host to Macedonian outfit FK Shkupi in the first round of Europa League qualifying.

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