By Amir Mir
Mark Warburton has stated Rangers fans had the “right” to boo their performance following a 1-1 draw with St Johsntone on Wednesday night.
Joe Garner cancelled out Blair Alston’s stunning opener for the visitors, in a poor display at the Ibrox, with Warburton drawing boos from the 46,000 crowd
This follows their Scottish League Cup semi-final defeat against Old Firm rivals Celtic on Sunday, including the 5-1 humiliation in the league in September.
But the former Brentford boss explained why the home support had the right to voice their anger at the their performance against the in-form Perth men.
“It’s part of playing for Rangers,” said Warburton, as quoted by the Daily Record. “People ask about the expectations. It’s a demanding crowd because they’re used to success.
“The players have to recognise it’s an expectant crowd – and quite rightly. We have to respect that and learn from that tonight. We know what the crowd wants, they’re magnificent.
Warburton’s side are currently fifth in the Scottish Premiership, with 16 points from ten games, following promotion last season.
However, they are nine points behind leaders Celtic, who have a game in hand against their Glasgow counterparts.
In other Rangers team news, supporters on Twitter were left disappointed with Wesley Foderingham’s display against St Johnstone.