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28th Feb, 2018 | 6:00am

Rangers must smash air of invincibility that emanates from Celtic

Rangers’ season has been one that will likely live long in the memory of most Gers fans – and a win against Old Firm rivals Celtic on March 11th could be a defining moment for Graeme Murty’s squad.
Ever since the Gers’ financial meltdown of 2012 the Glasgow giants have understandably looked a pale shadow of previous Rangers sides but, at least since Murty took the reins in October, Gers fans have reason to be happy with how things are going at Ibrox.
After a European knockout by a part-time team from Luxembourg to smashing decades-old records – and not in a positive manner – Gers fans would have been forgiving for writing the season off before Halloween.
Four months on though from Pedro Caixinha’s sacking and Gers fans are talking about a possible – if highly unlikely – league and cup double and a win over Brendan Rodgers’ side would be a huge landmark for the Light Blues, even if they end the season empty-handed.
Two draws from two as Gers boss against Celtic and a run of five wins from their last five games gives Gers fans a sense of optimism ahead of the Old Firm clash and a win over their bitter rivals would smash the air of invincibility that emanates from the Hoops and their support.
A league win might be unlikely but a first win over Celtic in the league in six years would be a huge platform to build form and finally secure title number 55.
In other Rangers news, Graeme Murty has revealed this Rangers star was angry and frustrated after the win over St. Johnstone
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