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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeAIRDRIE provided last night’s opposition but the only diamond on display at Ibrox was big Jon Daly.The striker took his goal tally to 14 for the season as Rangers notched their 14th win on the spin to progress to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.It’s not as if manager Ally McCoist unearthed a gem when he brought the Irishman to Govan.The whole country knew all about Daly after his six years at Dundee United but he continues to do what it says on the tin. He leads the line and scores goals.Last night he was the main, but not the only, difference between the teams as Rangers upped the pace after a pedestrian opening half to blow away Gary Bollan’s players with three goals.Daly notched the first couple in a two minute burst, then David Templeton’s late strike gave the scoreline a more realistic look.And so home fans in the 22,253 crowd left reasonably happy with what they had seen.The Rangers support has been battered and bruised by all of the boardroom battles that have engulfed the club but for a few minutes prior to kick off they forgot about that and remembered the player Fernando Ricksen had been for them.They stood in silence as Abba hit Fernando played over the tannoy then showed their support for the stricken Dutchman by applauding loud and long.And in the second minute they clapped again for the full 60 seconds, chanting Ricksen’s name. It was an emotional and heartfelt tribute.On the pitch, their favourites were attacking Airdrie with gusto right from the off and looked to be enjoying playing at home for the first time in a month.Rangers were going for their 14th straight victory and forced a couple of early corners, eventually forcing Airdrie keeper Tony Bullock an emergency loan signing from Arbroath to make a good save from a Kyle Hutton shot in the fifth minute.Hutton was in for the suspended Ian Black and helped Rangers dominate the early phase.However, Cammy Bell did have to react smartly to smother a sclaffed clearance from his own skipper, Lee McCulloch, in the eighth minute.This was the second Friday night meeting of the season between these teams and recently appointed Diamonds boss Bollan was hoping to fare better than predecessor Jimmy Boyle did on August 23 when Rangers strolled to a 6 0 victory.Grant Drummond kept the scoreline blank with a terrific block on Lee Wallace after 12 minutes and Airdrie grew from that..