After 9 years of pain, torment, suffering you name it, Rangers have finally lifted the SPL trophy once more for 55, and brought the Journey to an official end.
The emotion is indescribable, seeing our heroes lifting up the silverware for the first time since 2011, and it’s hard to put into words the joy, relief and general jubilation we are all feeling at present.
It’s one thing to mathematically clinch it, another to see the actual trophy in James Tavernier’s hands – and we couldn’t be prouder of each and every one of them.
From the backroom staff, to the board, to the geniuses like Bisgrove and Wilson who run it all day by day, to the playing staff who ran through walls for this club, to of course the management headed by the biggest thing to happen to Rangers since Walter Smith, Steven Gerrard, this Rangers has finally done its fans proud and produced the biggest-earned SPL title in history.
From that hedge in Brechin to lifting the trophy today, it’s been an astonishing decade in the life of Ibrox Noise, and all Rangers fans – never has a club been through what we have, only to finish up with the Journey closing via pure triumph.
This season was incredible, magical, astonishing, and we remain bewildered at all the records this club smashed to get there.