Following their second defeat in the space of six days, Rangers are falling well short of mounting any sort of challenge against their historical rivals and reigning Scottish champions Celtic, who sit 9 points clear on top of the table.
Following their return to the Scottish top flight this season, many fans expected Rangers to be serious challengers but the Ibrox club have been disappointing so far.
With the clubs decision to part ways with with Pedro Caixinha not seeing any improvement in their fortunes, caretaker manager Graeme Murty has come under fire in recent weeks.
Murty seemed very disturbed during the post match interview following the frustrating defeat to Dundee yesterday and said the club do not have any excuses to justify their poor form.
Barely able to contain his disappointment the former defender seemed on the brink of tears while answering the interviewers questions.
Witnessing Murty almost in tears sums up our club. Shambles from top to bottom. Change is needed. Murty doesn't deserve to be in the position he is in, the poor guy doesn't deserve this at all.
— CoplandSafeStanding (@SafeStandingCF3) November 25, 2017
Rangers fans looked distraught after seeing their interim managers reaction on Twitter and will be hoping their players respond to their manager’s cries when they play second placed Aberdeen next Sunday.
Check out the interview below –