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Rangers FC are currently seventh on the Scottish Premiership taking with five points and now slowly the pressure to perform is mounting on Steven Gerrard and his men.

And amongst this on-field pressure, it seems that one of their midfielders might be involved in a controversy.

Sporting giants Nike recently released a ‘Just Do It’ ad which has received a fair amount of backlash.




The advert features NFL star Colin Kaepernick who kneeled during the American national anthem at an NFL game two years ago.




Kaepernick kneeled in order to protest against police brutality, racism and inequality.

And him featuring in the video has caused a fair amount of backlash which has even seen people burning their Nike shoes as a protest.








But what many people might know but Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield has also featured in that video.

Arfield can be seen for a brief period along with Canadian team-mate and wonderkid Alphonso Davies.



Scott Arfield in Nike Ad
Scott Arfield in Nike Ad




Arfield will feature for Canada this weekend as the North American country take on the US Virgin Islands in the CONCACAF Nations League qualifiers.

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