The jersey featuring Durrant, who is currently assistant manager of the Lowland League East Kilbride, has caused uproar online

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An image on social media showing an Aberdeen fan mocking Ranger hero Ian Durrant and the horror injury that devastated his career has sparked an uproar online

Durrant, who is currently Stevie Aitken’s assistant at the Lowland League East Kilbride, was the receiver of a shocking tackle from Neil Simpson in the infamous 1988 Rangers-Aberdeen clash that tore his cruciate ligaments of Durrant’s right knee

The sick T-shirt shows the recklessly high challenge in question and reads: “Take the knee since 1988”

It took him almost three years to recover from his injury and the Rangers idol never reached the heights he showed before the challenge

The image has been described as “disgusting”, “utterly despicable” and “embarrassing” by fans of both clubs online

Durrant’s son Max shared the photo on Twitter and brushed off the disgusting image with a Dons dig, posting: “Rent free the old boy is Mentally there are more medals from league winners in my goof than on the Aberdeen trophy shelf “

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