Derek Ferguson has been blown away by Rangers in the Scottish Premiership as they approach another landmark in this unbeaten run.
The Bears are only two weeks away from being unbeaten in the league for one year, with their last defeat coming on the fourth of March 2020.
Ferguson claimed that Steven Gerrard’s men don’t know how to lose, and that is a “magic” thing to have in your locker in any side.
Speaking on the Blues Brothers podcast on Monday, Ferguson praised not only the players and manager but the coaching staff behind-the-scenes at Ibrox.
“It’s incredible,” he said.
“It’s a credit to everybody, not just the players, not just the manager, but the coaching staff and behind the manager, obviously they’ve worked ever so hard on the training field.
“They’ve got a mentality about them which is second-to-none, they don’t know the meaning of defeat and obviously, when they go behind, they find a way which is a brilliant thing to have in the locker.
“We’ve got a bit of everything. That’s a magic thing to have.”
What a run this has been.
As Rangers continue to get better and better, Celtic have crumbled and haven’t been able to live with the pressure that we have put on them this season.
The only defeat came in the League Cup against St. Mirren, and we get another chance to redeem that for a second time in the coming weeks.
It is vital that we don’t stop here, though.
We all want that invincibles season and with the title number 55 inevitable, the motivation has to stay the same at Ibrox until the very final game of the campaign.
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