Rangers were far from good enough last night as we lost to Aberdeen in what could prove a big game in the title race.

I firmly believe that we can win the league this season because Celtic are by no means that good at all.

For sure, it is open but that means that we need to stamp our authority across the league at every opportunity and instead we are letting things slip.

We could have taken Aberdeen on after their cup loss but we were ponderous and sloppy and a number of our players simply went hiding and played the easy pass.

It was slow and frustrating and even at 1-0 down there was a lack of urgency and thrust from our players.

We have to move on, then, and Gareth McAuley has had this to say via the club’s official Twitter account after the game:

REACTION: Gareth McAuley spoke to @RangersTV after tonight’s match against Aberdeen.

— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) December 5, 2018

Few are far from happy with this, though, so let’s see what has been said about his comments:

How about “we let the fans down”?

— Colin (@Colinboyd72) December 5, 2018

That’s just like a Warburton interview – we will learn the lessons from tonight, train hard and move on. We could have played until Sunday and not scored. Youngsters like Middleton and Ejaria were hung out to dry by the older players. Nobody even wanted to

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