Rangers’ extraordinary exploits in Europe have been recognised again after the Ibrox side hiked up several places in the latest European order of merit, sitting very nicely at 34th.
Proudly sitting alone and not even sharing that spot with anyone else, Rangers are currently regarded as the 34th best team in Europe, with only the very very cream of the continent above them and the likes of Feyenoord, AC Milan, Marseille, Monaco and PSV well below them.
Celtic are joint 49th alongside luminaries Rennes and CSKA.
It just highlights once again the incredible rise of Rangers in Europe, on top of earning Scotland a direct spot in the CL group stage, plus runners-up now straight into the third spot of qualifiers as a seeded side, which now sees the Govan giants at the very top of European football.
Indeed, given Rangers are justifiably in the top 34, and probably higher, it’s clear to see now we belong once again at the CL table, and hopefully will secure that this summer.
The Champions League of course has 32 sides in it, and Rangers are clearly close to peerage with all of these.
Just a crying shame it’ll be Celtic humiliating themselves completely out of their depth for certain and ruining the co-efficient Rangers have built.