Rangers’ night of glory is unfathomable

Rangers’ night of glory is unfathomable
Rangers' Kemar Roofe celebrates after scoring a goal during the UEFA Europa League first-leg Group D football match between Standard Liege and Glasgow Rangers FC at Maurice-Dufrasne stadium in Liege, on October 22, 2020. (Photo by BRUNO FAHY / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT (Photo by BRUNO FAHY/BELGA/AFP via Getty Images)

It’s hard to know where to begin with last night’s win in Belgium.

Do we start the fact Ibrox Noise told you a few times Rangers were likely to come away with a win?

Or the fact that Liege were second best the whole night?

Or the big rammy at full time?

Or… drumroll… ‘that’ goal, which caused shockwaves on our social channels and was possibly the best goal ever scored by a Rangers player?

Wherever we start and continue over the course of today, one thing is for sure.

This Rangers is not just serious, it’s the real deal, and it’s making everyone sit up and take notice.

Somehow our manager has turned a ragamuffin shambles into an outstanding football team, a team which struggles to accommodate top class players like Kemar Roofe (more on him later) and Joe Aribo.

A team which can lose Borna Barisic and be no weaker.

We’re kind of lost for words by what we’re seeing coming from this Rangers side.

And we couldn’t be more proud to be Rangers fans.

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  1. Agreed. Has anyone noticed stuff like even the Rangers Youtube channel has more than doubled in subscribers, this proves there are hundreds of thousands of people joining our support or becoming very interested in us. Happy days are returning at Ibrox baby ! 😁😎👍🏻

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