Ibrox star Dujon Sterling calls Rangers out as “sh*t”

Ibrox star Dujon Sterling calls Rangers out as “sh*t”
DUNDEE, SCOTLAND - APRIL 17: Scott Tiffoney of Dundee vies with Dujon Sterling of Rangers during the Cinch Scottish Premiership match between Dundee FC and Rangers FC at Dens Park Stadium on April 17, 2024 in Dundee, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Dujon Sterling, currently one of the few jewels at Rangers, has pulled absolutely no punches about the team’s recent performances, and indirectly slaughtered the squad and manager in equal measure.

We’re not even going to praise the boy, who has been completely misused for the past couple of months by Philippe Clement, because everyone knows we think very, very highly of Sterling, and here is what he said:

“Right now it’s not going in the right direction. There’s still a lot of games to be played and fight for so it’s disappointing. I don’t really know what to say. We’re fighting for a title, it’s not like it’s dead rubber games, something has got to switch. I don’t know how to do it myself personally, it’s a team game, not just one person or just the gaffer. We’ve got to have the belief that we can. Back then we had the togetherness and belief. We still have the togetherness, I just don’t know if belief is there at the minute.”

The fact that he is echoing what Connor Goldson said at full time v Hibs in that infamous interview which lost the vice-captain so much credibility with fans is very interesting, but we suspect someone who is actually standing up to be counted, like Sterling, will not be taken as defeatist here.

Rather, as realistic and brutally honest, unlike his bullsh*tting manager.

He went on:

“We owe ourselves a performance as well. We’ve been s*** the last three games. I just think we need to reset and do it for the fans as well because they’ve come home and away everywhere. Backing us, singing for 90 minutes, 95 minutes, 100 minutes, so we owe it to them.”

Well we do like the straight-talking – rather than going with his manager’s absolute bollocks, Sterling is being honest and direct, pulling no wool over anyone’s face whatsoever.

Sterling has been completely wasted by Clement, one of the manager’s many, many errors in recent months, errors he was getting away with.

But the past few weeks have seen those errors now cost us, and Sterling’s ridiculous deployment at LB is one such.

He can’t do anything there, and yet, has the grace not to criticise the manager’s poor use of him.

We’d happily have 11 Dujon Sterlings at the moment.

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