Rangers star Ryan Jack has admitted that the Ibrox side’s players share the fans frustrations after falling to a second defeat in a row on Friday night against Dundee.
Mark O’Hara’s double secured a 2-1 win over the Gers at Dens Park leading to the Rangers supporters booing their side from the pitch at the end of the game.
The defeat came 6 days after losing to Hamilton in the league at Ibrox for the first time in 91 years and Jack admits it isn’t good enough for a club like Rangers.
“As players we are feeling it but it’s not good enough,” Jack said, as quoted by the Sunday Post.
“The goals [we conceded] aren’t good enough. The overall play, I don’t think we’re doing enough to win the game.
“We were too open. There were too many gaps for Dundee, especially in the middle.
“As players we just have to face the last two games haven’t been good enough. We need to take what’s coming our way.”
The result leaves Rangers six points behind second-place Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership ahead of back-to-back clashes with Jack’s old side over the next week.
The Rangers midfielder spent 13 years with the Dons before swapping Pittodrie for Ibrox over the summer after his Aberdeen contract came to an end.
The Gers welcome Aberdeen to Ibrox on Wednesday night before heading to the Granite City on Sunday as they look to salvage their season.
Interim manager Graeme Murty is expected to take charge of the Gers in both games as the Ibrox board take their time appointing a long-term successor to Pedro Caixinha.
In other Rangers news, Gers player ratings against Dundee sees this senior player receive a shambolic 3/10.