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‘Sh**e all season’ ’embarrassing’ ‘a shadow of title winning team’ Ibrox fans slaughter their heroes

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After completing the first round of SPFL fixtures Ibrox fans aren’t impressed by last seasons Behind-Closed-Doors title winners.

On their phones, tablets, pcs and laptops last season they watched 19 majestic home wins as Mister Gerrard’s side stormed to the first title win in the club’s history.

With the fans in the stadium and on the players backs Sevco have drawn three of their six home matches. They mocked and laughed at Angeball but with an almost hand-picked run of fixtures Steven Gerrard’s side are just two points ahead at the top of the table. The gap is closing rapidly.

Celtic have a goal difference of +19, the leaders +9.

Points have been dropped at home to Motherwell, Hearts and Aberdeen, all three of those clubs plus Hibs have to be visited before first footing it at Celtic Park in January.

After every match Gerrard complains about giving away a cheap or silly goal, he never comments on the cheap or silly penalty given in his side’s favour.

Watching the 90 minutes with their own eyes is the true test- while others are in denial about digging out results and staying top of the SPFL the reality is somewhat different with fear gripping the Ibrox support as they watch their heroes crumble under pressure. Again.

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  • Dominic Hannah says:

    Even rangers fans know the luck with refereeing decision are going with them, penalties when needed,,opponents se t off or booked for trivial challenges,,and they can’t keep that up all season,, the wheels are grinding ,, De Foe must be off there wage bill as a player and there not telling fans,, and believe Mcgregor is on a pay per play,,,monies so tight if its there at all,,

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