Date: 16th April 2018 at 7:33pm
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Former Rangers enforcer Lee McCulloch has joined the growing throngs of fans criticisng Graeme Murty’s side after the humbling 4-0 defeat in the Scottish Cup semi-final.

McCulloch, who played for Rangers between 2007 and 2015, said that the Rangrers side has been guilty of mediocre performances for too long.

He went on to say that there’s “no passion, fight, desire or aggression on or off the pitch.”

McCulloch finished off by saying, “No leaders and no answers for the fans who turn up week in week out and sing their hearts out. Unacceptable!”

McCulloch posted the message on his Twitter page on Sunday afternoon, after the game at Hampden.

McCulloch obviously hit a nerve with his words as Rangers fans took to Twitter in their swarms, with hundreds of fans replying.

Here are the best reactions to his message:

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