Frankly, we’re not interested in what happened this afternoon at Parkhead here on Ibrox Noise. We explained, to much abuse, that Celtic would win the match, and the title, and evidently that happened to woeful aplomb.
Now it’s time to move on from this disgusting era in Rangers’ history, where two or three months aside, this team and club have disgraced themselves – from management, to board, to the vast majority of the players.
It is time for a sea change, and the appointment of Steven Gerrard is exactly that.
It’s ballsy, it’s risky, but it’s also the bold change in direction we desperately need – we need a real patriarch in charge of this club, not wet fools like Warburton, Pedro and Murty, nor the idiotic decisions to appoint them.
Gerrard is the most legendary British footballer of the past 20 years, with a CV the envy of most.
Whether he turns out to be a success at Ibrox only time will tell, but this board had to do something to fix their own incompetent mistakes.
This summer sees wholesale change. A new manager, new staff, and a lot of new players – keeping very few of this increasing rabble of a squad behind.
Gerrard will not stand for nonsense. He is a leader of men and he will command respect. He doesn’t have experience in the role but then neither did Walter Smith, Pep Guardiola, Zinedine Zidane or tonnes of others who became manager and excelled.
We wish Gerrard the best of success at this grand institution, and we would like to erase this diabolical legacy of the current incumbents.
It’s barely any better than the garbage we suffered in the lower divisions, let’s be honest. Even down there we didn’t lose like this to Celtic.
No, sea change time, and let’s pray this new management and ethos is the right direction.