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Chris Sutton slams Rangers on Twitter after Inverness loss

By Will Butcher

Chris Sutton has lambasted Rangers on Twitter after they suffered a last-minute loss to Scottish Premiership outfit Inverness on Friday night.

The Caley Jags secured a 2-1 victory at the Caledonian Stadium thanks to a late winner from Billy McKay, after Martyn Waghorn had levelled the scores following Greg Tansey’s opener.

Former Celtic striker Sutton described Old Firm rivals Rangers on his personal Twitter account as a “mess on the pitch” and a “mess off of it” following Inverness’ last-gasp victory.

Sutton, who also played for Chelsea and Birmingham City, questioned when Dave King was going to take action and install a new manager.

The Gers could have suffered an even bigger loss had Iain Vigurs not missed an 86th-minute penalty.

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Rangers, who are currently without a permanent manager following the controversial departure of Mark Warburton, have now failed to secure victory in their last four league games.

Just one point has come the 54-time Scottish champions’ way during those games, with the Gers losing to Dundee, Hearts and now Inverness.

Their rotten form has seen them plunge even further away from Celtic, who remain 30 points clear of the Gers at the top with the chance to increase their lead against Hamilton on Saturday.

Rangers will want to end their dismal run of form against St. Johnstone on March 1 at Ibrox, as they cling on to any hope of finishing in second place with Aberdeen now six points clear.

In other Rangers news, this is what the Ibrox club need as Football Insider analyses three talking points from the 2-1 loss.

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