Former Rangers striker turned BBC pundit Stephen Thompson has blasted the Ibrox club following their shock 2-1 defeat to bottom of the table Dundee.
Rangers dominated most of the first half, and were guilty of missing a few great chances before the game was turned on its head in the second half.
Two goals from Mark O’Hara were enough to give Neil McCann’s side the win despite Josh Windass equalising for the Gers.
The defeat is Rangers second in a week after the loss to Hamilton and leaves them in fourth place in the Scottish Premiership, and still without a permanent manager almost 60 days after the sacking of Pedro Caixinha.
Speaking to BBC Scotland after the game, Thompson didn’t pull any punches.
He said: “Rangers lack direction, they lack quality, and the support are lacking belief just now
“What are Rangers right now? They are lost, simply lost, in terms of where Rangers should be. It is simply not good enough.”
Rangers head into a crucial week in their season with the club’s AGM and two games against Aberdeen which will go a long way to determining if they can mount a challenge for second place in the Scottish Premiership this season.
In other Rangers news, supporters slaughtered Josh Windass despite his goal against Dundee