Rangers currently sit atop of the Scottish Premiership following Celtic’s loss to Hibernian although their city rivals have one game in hand.
It’s been a solid start to his managerial career by Steven Gerrard. Aside from crashing out of the Europa League, Rangers have been superb this season and after a summer where so many new players joined the team, it looks as though the club is well on its way to challenging for the title once again in the near future.
The Gers go into a crucial next four games as they play Hibernian twice, St Johnstone and then have to play Celtic in the Old Firm Derby on the 29th.
Ahead of those four huge games, 20-year-old midfielder Ross McCrorie has insisted that the club must take 12 points from their next four games if they are to consider themselves as legitimate title challengers.
The fact that the young midfielder is setting such high standards shows that Rangers are starting to reestablish themselves as legitimate title contenders once again after years in the wilderness.
Although we haven’t entered the second-half of the season just yet, Rangers can ill afford to ease up now. After beating Hearts, the Gers lost to Aberdeen and drew to Dundee to give up the top spot. They can’t afford to do that now and have to keep winning if they are to have a chance of winning the title. It seems as though Gerrard has turned the tide at Rangers although it will take a lot to beat Rangers to the title.
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