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Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers have made impressive progress since Steven Gerrard took charge.

Barry Ferguson has told the Daily Record that he believes his former Glasgow Rangers side can challenge for the title this season.

Rangers have struggled to keep pace with Celtic in recent campaigns, and Ferguson admits that it has pained him to watch his former side on occasions.

But Rangers seem to have improved considerably since Steven Gerrard took charge.

And Ferguson is convinced that Rangers can push Celtic all the way this time around.

He said: “For the first time, the six best sides in the country have the potential to take points from each other on a much more frequent basis and whoever wins the title this season is unlikely to do so with 90 points.

“It pains me as a Rangers fan to say my old club have too often been a painful watch in the last couple of years, but they’re showing signs of being a proper football team again.

“Now it’s up to Steven and his players to find their mojo on the road and prove something good is

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