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Philippe Clement wants Rangers kids to make club millions as youth the route out of 'difficult financial situation'

Fizzing Philippe Clement has warned his Rangers players: Stop making me angry.

The raging Ibrox boss was forced to turn on the half-time hairdryer as his team headed down the tunnel trailing Dundee 2-1. His furious rant got the reaction he was looking for as Gers came back out and rattled off four goals to clinch the win needed to delay Celtic’s Premiership title party for 24 hours at least. But with the Rangers set to face their bitter rivals again a week on Saturday in the Scottish Cup Final, Clement is concerned by his team’s lax approach off the ball.

Now he’s warned the Light Blues to up their effort levels and spare themselves another ear bashing. The Belgian boss - whose side round off their league campaign against Hearts win Saturday before turning attentions to Hampden - said: “With the ball we started with good intentions from the start. There were a lot of positive things but not without the ball in the first half.

"At the end of the first half, we came out behind although we were better on the ball. That’s of no use if you aren’t good enough without the ball. So I was really angry about that at half-time because football – and they know – is about both sides. In the second half, you saw what they can do if they’re focussed on both things.

“But I cannot make myself angry every half time or before every game. That’s impossible. It needs to come out of the team. They need to understand that and take confidence. This is the perfect example today. Booed off the pitch at half-time. And a lot of applause after the game because people how they saw the team playing, how the scored and how aggressive they were in the duels and how they didn’t concede in the second half.

“This is the perfect example. I am going to put a