Adrian Durham: Rangers on verge of biggest achievement in Scottish history, forget Celtic

Adrian Durham has insisted that Rangers are on the verge of the biggest achievement in Scottish football history this season.

The Bears will lift the Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon, and will seal the invincible campaign should they stay unbeaten against Aberdeen.

Durham believes that should they achieve that, it will be unmatchable after the recent turmoil in this decade, no matter what Celtic have done.

Speaking on talkSPORT this evening, Durham made the huge claim on the magnitude of what the Bears have achieved this season,

“For Rangers to go unbeaten if it happens,” he said.

“Less than a decade of being in the fourth-tier of Scottish football, where they lost to Stirling Albion, where they lost to Peterhead, where they lost to Annan athletic, is the biggest ever achievement in Scottish domestic football bar none.

“You can have your Celtic invincible season, treble-winning season, you can have what you want, did they do it less than a decade of being in the fourth tier? No.”

Loving it.

We are loving all of this success, and it has finally delivered all of the praise that Steven Gerrard and his squad have deserved for years.

Our rise has been phenomenal, and the rebuild has been even better.

There have been some players who have been through it all, with none more so than James Tavernier, who will lift the silverware at Ibrox this weekend.

Durham has a point, you can’t compare anything that Celtic have done to this.

Isn’t it funny how one of the first seasons Rangers finally completed their project of returning to the top, they crumbled under the pressure of the mighty Bears?

That isn’t a coincidence, and finishing this season unbeaten would be a huge sign that we are here to dominate for many, many years.

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