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Ayr just couldn't get anything to stick with Kyle up front and never looked like breaching Rangers' defence.
But this day was all about the punters' defiant message to the Ibrox hierarchy, as directors were faced with an angry red sea on two separate occasions.
It was Peralta who created the first opening of the match in eight minutes with a cracking run down the right. He found Daly with his cutback but the striker fluffed his shot and put it over the bar.
Youngster Lewis Macleod almost provided it in 64 minutes with a stunning half volley from Daly's clever lay off but his effort flew inches wide.
The Canadian winger drove at United's defence before clinically drilling a right foot shot into Hutton's bottom corner from the edge of the box.
bit to please the faithful. And they extended their record run of victories against an Ayr team cheered on by a terrific away following.
With Rangers cruising, the second half lacked tempo and needed a spark.
At times during this endless saga the Rangers fans have been accused of being fragmented.
He said: "I can't see Rangers winning all 36 games someone will beat them.
Supporters protest in the stands but on the park Gers stretch their winning record to 20
Thankfully for McCoist, it didn't take the big Irishman long to make amends. Ian Black swung in a free kick and Daly was far more deadly with his head as he nodded it beyond David Hutton for his 18th goal of the campaign.
Roberts fielded two former Ibrox players with Kevin Kyle leading the line and Brian Gilmour at the heart of the engine room.
In the last home game before the club's pivotal AGM on December 19, the disgruntled Gers fans were determined to make their stance abundantly clear.
And they were two behind in 23 minutes after a brilliant finish from youngster Aird.
And if Brian Stockbridge, James Easdale and new chairman David Somers didn't know the strength of feeling before the game, they certainly did by full time.
But after Somers' ill advised statement on Friday and their show of unity yesterday it would appear they've never been more together. They've made their mind up Stockbridge and Co must go.
Leaflets were handed out prior to kick off which had a huge red card on one side and a rallying call on the other explaining why supporters want radical change.
"They will have a dip at one point and hopefully it will be us who beats them. But the games against
"In the first half our guys gave them too much respect but we were far better in the second half and the third goal was harsh.
we're disappointed with the result."
But Somerset Park boss Mark Roberts insists Gers won't be able to keep their 100 per cent league record intact all season.
Nicky Clark and Skechers Running Shoes Price skipper Lee McCulloch both passed up chances to increase the lead as Ayr were gradually pushed deeper into their own half.
In fact, if Clark and Daly had been more clinical in front of goal, McCoist's side would have led by more at the break.
and 72nd minute.
Rangers aren't the ones that will affect our season they are the ones against the rest of the teams.
McCoist had to do without playmaker Nicky Law, who was a late call off with a groin strain, so Honduran Arnold Peralta stepped in.
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