Danny Wilson shares who the Rangers players think are at fault for poor season
By Harvey Byrne
Centre-back Danny Wilson has told how the Rangers playing staff are of the mind-set that they are at fault for the club’s under-performance this season.
The Ibrox giants made their return to the Premiership this campaign after suffering demotion in 2012 following administration.
It would have been a tough ask for the Gers to challenge fierce rivals Celtic at the top of the Premiership once again, but the club’s current placing of third and nine points from second is considered by many as not good enough.
Promotion winning manager Mark Warburton also left his job in charge of Rangers in February and it would have been easy for Wilson to lay the blame on his former boss, but he has shared that the team feel they are at fault for the Gers’ league woes.
“It could be a good end to the season but there is a lot of hard work to be done between now and that hopefully happening,” told Wilson to the Evening Times.
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“We are all well aware that we have underperformed this season but we are of the mind-set that it is out fault so we are the ones that have to try and put it right.
“That is what we are doing. We are trying to build on the momentum of the manager coming in and hopefully we can have a positive end to the season.”
Despite their league placing Rangers still have a Scottish Cup semi-final match coming up against Celtic towards the end of the month.
The Gers have so far lost three of the four Old Firm derbies with one draw also, but many will be looking for the team to end the season on a high, which would be guaranteed by knocking Celtic out of the cup.
In other Rangers news, Nick Colgan has hailed this Gers attacker as a credit to his profession.