Former Rangers defender Graham Roberts has exclusively told The Transfer Tavern that he hopes Steven Gerrard’s men “shut a few people up” by going on to win the domestic double.
The Gers recently secured their first major trophy for a decade when Celtic’s draw at Dundee United last month handed them the Scottish Premiership title.
Will Rangers win the double?
However, there’s still plenty up for grabs, with Rangers just four games away from going the whole league season unbeaten, although they’ll need to avoid defeat in the fourth Scottish Premiership Old Firm derby of the campaign at Ibrox next month.
But the two Glasgow rivals will meet before then, with the pair meeting in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup on Sunday.
Should Rangers get one over Celtic for the third time this season, they’ll be just three games away from a first double since 2008-2009.
And Roberts, who won two major honours during his two seasons at Ibrox, has urged his former side to go and silence the doubters.
“They haven’t lost a game in the league yet, so hopefully they can go all season without losing a game,” he told the Transfer Tavern.
“And now they’ve been draw at home to Celtic in the cup, so hopefully they can go on and win the double and might shut a few people up.”
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