Rangers’ former director has talked about the club’s performance.
won the Scottish Premiership title, their former director has talked about them saying that they should forget about the past decade and focus on the future of the club.
He told the PA news agency:
“It has been tough to rebuild the club and a lot of people have been involved in doing that.
“The people there at the moment are all Rangers fans pulling in the same direction for the club.
“I think there is real harmony and unity between all aspects of the club and it has been very important.
“This almost feels like the end of the first part of the journey and it’s not time to look back, it’s time to look forward. The future is very positive.
“The coaching staff we have got are very good and people always say winning the first trophy is arguably the most difficult one to win.
“And having done that, you would hope, the confidence that everyone at the club gets from doing that will be a big help going forward.
“There’s still a lot to play for this season obviously, the Europa League, the Scottish Cup and hopefully we can get through the rest of the season undefeated in the league which would be a great achievement.
“There is the Champions League hopefully to look forward to and obviously we are coming up to our 150th anniversary as well, so yes, good times and there are a lot of things to be very positive about.
“It has been tough times over the last 10 years but I think there is a real feeling now of positivity.”