Anonymous asked in SportsFootballScottish Football · 1 month ago

Will Saturday be Rangers first step to stopping 10 in a row?

Im predicting Celtic 0 Rangers 3. Ryan Kent to score 2 and Morelas to score the other. We've got the ref on our side too, John Beaton or Beats to his mates used to watch Rangers games with my brother in our local. Get your money on the teddy bears, its a done deal. 10 in a row will not be allowed to happen one way or the other ;)


Maggie, not sure if you've thought that one through. If its only 9 and a half then they will still break the record if they win the league. Whether its 9 and a half or 10 they will still smash the record. Anyway why would you deny Gerrard the glory of being denied the glory of being the man who stopped the 10. Im confident Gerrard will do it.

4 Answers

  • 1 month ago

    Nope sorry that's delusional....sorry

  • Adam
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    If you have the ref you are cheating which kind of backs up the point that rangers are not a proper club. Anyway, for me Celtic are still stronger and will win the league

  • Maggie
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    Unlike Celtic, we don't rely on the officials. I think we'll win on Saturday, but it'll be tight. Maybe 1-0 or 2-1.

    It's not 10 by the way. 9 and a half. They didn't win it, they were awarded it due to the pandemic 

    Whether it's 9 and a half or 10, doesn't matter. They didn't win their last title, they were awarded it because the season couldn't be finished and as for Steven Gerrard, I believe that he will win the title for us this season. 

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    If thats true then its pretty pathetic you're relying on the referee to win you the game. The law of averages say Rangers have got to win the league eventually. Although it has to be this season, next season will be too late 10 in a row will have already been done. It literally is a case of now or never. Im tipping them to finally get the job done and stop 10 in a row this season.

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