Neil Warnock reserved a special mention for Rangers ball boys at Ibrox after the defeat for Aberdeen in Glasgow.

The interim manager - appointed until the end of the season - had his first taste of Scottish football in the dugout in the 2-1 defeat.

And in his post-match interview, Warnock delivered a bizarre Rangers ball boy quip as he asked: "Who teaches them?"

The Aberdeen boss referenced the ball boys as he reflected on the latter stages of the match with Rangers down to ten men and the visitors pushing for a late leveller.

Warnock said: "At the end you've got the ball boys adding five minutes on, haven't you?

"They were really tuned in, don't give it them back, make the climb over the wall.

"Who teaches them at Ibrox, do they have their own teachers?"

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And commenting on the red card for Dujon Sterling, Warnock commended Don Robertson for sticking with his on-field decision despite being called to the pitchside monitor after a VAR review.

He joked: "It makes a change, doesn't it, for a referee to be brave and stick with a decision.

"We don't get that in England!"

But Ibrox boss Clement reckons Robertson got the decision wrong as he claimed Luis 'Duk' Lopes should have been sent off for Aberdeen.

He said: "Dujon, for me, slipped in that moment and he touched the toes of the opponent. Okay, it's for sure a yellow card but if you give red cards for touching the toes of the opponent there will be a lot of red cards.

"Then also for me the smack in the face for Connor Goldson needs to be red but I know being a referee is the most difficult job in the world. I would not want to be in their place."