Interim Gers boss Graeme Murty went into today’s match at Hampden knowing his team needed to win to keep alive their faint hopes of bringing home some silverware this season, and it represented the biggest chance he had to show he could be the club’s manager on a full-time basis.
But, in truth, Rangers were second-best all over the park, and it probably could have been more the 4-0 by the final whistle.
Afterwards, McCulloch – who won the Premiership title three times with the Ibrox side, as well as playing for them in the lower divisions – took to Twitter to share his sheer disappointment with today’s performance:
There’s been an acceptance of mediocre performances for far too long now! No passion, fight, desire or aggression on or off the pitch. No leaders and no answers for the fans who turn up week in week out and sing their hearts out. Unacceptable!
— Lee McCulloch (@LeeHMcCulloch) April 15, 2018
The tweet seems to have gained a lot of traction amongst Rangers fans, but what do you make of the comment?
Do Rangers lack a player like McCulloch in the current set-up?