It seems nothing has gone right for Celtic’s Glasgow rivals since that out and out thrashing at Hampden on Sunday, well there’s good news for Ibrox fans….well kind of.

They have made a top 10 list for the first time in their history!

Only thing is, it’s for the most depressing clubs to support in the UK.

The magazine by FourFourTwo put The Rangers at number 6 in the most depressing side to support and have some strong reasons why.

Between ‘rebooting’ after ‘liquidation’ and their humiliating single jaunt into Europe, FourFourTwo hit the nail on the head.

‘When administration forced Rangers to hard reboot as a Scottish League Two club in 2012, a fan base accustomed to seeing their team annihilate all that stood before them was thrust into the depths of despair. But that was merely the beginning of their problems.

‘The Gers’ road back to the top of Scottish football was bumpier than anyone anticipated, and hit a massive snag in 2015 when a two-legged play-off defeat to Motherwell forced them to spend an additional year in the second tier.

‘While the original incarnation of Rangers may have been liquidated, the expectations of the Ibrox faithful remain, so a third-placed finish during their first season back in the top flight was never going to cut it. Despite changing managers twice since then, things haven’t gotten any easier.

‘A return to Europe was cut short by a humiliating loss at the hands of Luxembourgian minnows Progres Niederkorn early in the current campaign. Two domestic cup eliminations later, the Gers are scrapping with Aberdeen and Hibs for second place in the league. The worst part about their predicament is that their supporters have to endure all it while watching Celtic move within touching distance of a historic double Treble. Since February 2015 they’ve won only one of their 12 meetings with the Bhoys – on penalties.’