Michael Stewart, who is often at loggerheads with Glasgow Rangers fans, could only applaud the Ibrox outfit’s “tremendous” victory against Liege in Belgium.
Stewart is arguably public enemy number one for many Gers supporters, and that is often down to his strong views against the 54-time Scottish champions. He has already been incensed by penalties awarded to Steven Gerrard’s side this term and he also criticised the manager’s comments following the horror challenge on Alfredo Morelos against Dundee United.
However, even he could not find fault with the Gers’ performance to kick off their Europa League group stage campaign. He tweeted:
This says it all about Rangers at the moment – even the cynics have been swayed. Gerrard’s side have arguably never looked as good since the former Liverpool captain took over as manager in 2018 – they are now unbeaten in 15 games in all competitions this season.
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Not only that, they have conceded just four goals across those matches. It really is starting to look like the stars might be aligning for the 54-time Scottish champions. However, it is vital that they keep this going until the end of the campaign – no trophies are won in October.
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