talkSPORT host Alan Brazil has confessed that his “heart bleeds” when he talks about how well Rangers are doing at the moment. 

He said that Steven Gerrard is doing a “great job” while hinting it could be the end of the line for Neil Lennon.

Gers are top of the Premiership, top of their Europa group and unbeaten in all competitions this season.

Celtic lost 4-1 to Sparta Prague last night and were eliminated from Europe while Rangers drew 2-2 with Benfica.

Talking on his Breakfast show on Friday morning (talkSPORT, 8am) Brazil said, “Real problems at Celtic.

“They’re losing at least two goals a game which is really, really weird. I like Neil but if he goes who is there ready to step up?

“Rangers are doing well, my heart bleeds when I talk about that.

“Over the two legs, I thought Benfica would be the better side… Steven Gerrard has done a great job.”


Love to see it

Did we think Rangers would be doing as well as they are at the moment?

We were hopeful. What we weren’t expecting was the collapse that’s happened at Celtic, although there have been hints all is not well all season.

Neil Lennon is still adamant that he is the man to get Celtic out of trouble and as Rangers fans we’re more than happy for him to stay on.

We think it’s going to get taken out of his hands before too long, though.

The pressure is on this weekend as well, with Rangers having by far the easiest tie of the weekend against Falkirk.

Celtic take on Ross County in the cup and another defeat could spell the end for Lennon.

In other Rangers news, ‘Something rotten at this club’ – Some Gers fans react to Sutton tweets after Celtic meltdown


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