The Glasgow Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern were left disappointed, angry and shocked after they lost at home to St Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership yesterday.
Rangers took an early lead through Alfredo Morelos but Blair Alston quickly hit back to level things up on 10 minutes.
Midway through the second half and St Johnstone took the lead at the Ibrox Stadium with Denny Johnstone scoring a header.
And with Rangers looking for a way back into the game, Graham Cummins wrapped the victory up with a goal on 71 minutes.
It was another disappointing result for Rangers, who are still without a permanent manager.
It is ground lost on bitter rivals Celtic, who are now pulling away with games in hand too.
Rangers dropped to third with Aberdeen leapfrogging them into second place following their 4-1 win over Hibernian yesterday.
Here are how Rangers fans reacted to this loss on Twitter.
No leadership, no solutions,no clue. We have become the clubs we laughed at in years gone by. #embarrassing
— Steve Young (@Steve71Young) December 16, 2017
I still love you but you make it difficult
announce De Boer
— Ravishing Rick Rude (@lolzathon) December 16, 2017
— Shane (@Shanewatp) December 16, 2017
Disappointment is just about right. Team is shocking. Past few results have flattered us. Outplayed by Hibs the other day.
— Andy Gray (@AndyGeeee) December 16, 2017
The last 4 wins have papered over the cracks because we’re poor! Very poor.
— Kev Alston (@eckyalston) December 16, 2017
Disappointment? Anger at a performance devoid of commitment, positive football and inventiveness, more like!
— Cathcart Boy (@cathcartboy) December 16, 2017
Appoint a manager, get rid of all the dud players signed by previous two dud managers and then get rid of the Directors who hired said dud managers and signed said dud players. Many thanks and Merry Xmas, every Rangers fan.
— Lucky Lovenkrands (@TheBrownBrogues) December 16, 2017
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