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07/12/2018 - 10:38 GMT

To Win Title, Consistency Is Key, Rangers Legend Tells Gers

 




Former Rangers star Derek Johnstone has insisted that consistency is the key to revival for the Gers following their disappointing defeat to Aberdeen on Wednesday.

Steven Gerrard’s men succumbed to a 1-0 defeat to the Dons on Wednesday at Ibrox as they failed to extend their stay at the summit of the Scottish Premiership table.




Scott McKenna’s early goal proved to be the difference between the two sides in the end as Kilmarnock, who have played an extra game, replaced Rangers at the top of the table following their win over Livingston.

The result proved to be Rangers’ first defeat at home so far this season as their return to the top of the Premiership table lasted for a mere three days.
 


Despite showing tremendous improvement under the tutelage of Gerrard, Rangers underlined why they are still a work-in-progress after the defeat to Aberdeen on Wednesday.

Johnstone, who started his career at Ibrox, insisted that consistency is the key to winning titles and went on to claim that Rangers missed a good opportunity to build on their rise to the top against Aberdeen.


The former Gers striker also added that Rangers are not quite where they want to be at the moment and admitted they still have a lot to do to avoid such slip-ups during the season.

“A lot of the fans got excited after the win over Hearts and then they feel like they are back down with a bump following the Aberdeen game”, Johnstone wrote in his column for the Evening Times.

“You have got to remember where Rangers were starting from and everyone knows that we have still got a bit to do.

“If you want to win leagues, you need to be consistent.

“You might not be at your best every week, but you don’t let your performances drop below a level and you win game after game after game.

“As it turned out, Rangers had a chance to go clear on Wednesday night and it was a real opportunity missed unfortunately.”

Rangers have the perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways on Sunday when they face bottom-placed Dundee away from home in the Premiership.