IBROX legend Barry Ferguson as shown how much he’s hurting even five days after the Glasgow Derby and how his mentality will see the Ibrox side continue to suffer defeats at the hands of the famous Glasgow Celtic.
Barry wrote in his Daily Record column:
Take last Sunday. A day when Celtic’s manager should have walked straight out of Ibrox along Paisley Road West and into the casino at Springfield Quay to stick a year’s wages on black.
Because absolutely everything was coming up for Brendan Rodgers.
So please, leave me out of this theory that Graeme Murty was being schooled by some sort of managerial mastermind as Rangers lost to 10 men.
Barry was obviously hiding behind the sofa for the second half, everything going Rodgers way? We got a man sent off, Willie Collum’s erratic behaviour seen Celtic players be punished for having their shirts tugged by Gers players.
If he continues to think it was just luck then we whole heartedly condone his world view. The more they all think like this, the more confused and upset they’ll be with every loss.
Let’s get the facts right – the Ibrox side won a few games against lesser opposition before taking on Celtic and gave it Billy big baws the week before the tie. The bravado has come back to bite them and they’re left bereft of hope, so it’s easier to put it down to luck.
If only the goalie knew what he was ‘daein’!