Jack Butland Shuts Down Rangers Sceptics Who Have ‘Habit of Writing Us Off’

Rangers goalkeeper Jack Butland had a powerful message for those doubting the team’s resolve, asserting, “People have had a habit of writing Rangers off for a long time.”

The weekend match saw Rangers, currently in pursuit of the title, suffer a setback as Ross County secured an unexpected 3-2 victory, shifting the advantage to Celtic at the top of the table. With a crucial match against Dundee looming on Wednesday, Butland emphasized the urgency of securing three points to keep pace with their rivals.

Butland remained resolute, highlighting the team’s resilience and the historic success of Rangers, stating, “No matter where you are in Ibrox there’s stories, there’s great quotes from previous managers and senior members of the club about what this club is about.”

Reflecting on past seasons and the challenges overcome, Butland acknowledged the tough road ahead but expressed confidence in the team’s ability to rise to the occasion. He remarked, “It’s up to us, nobody else, and what we do between now and the end of the season.”

The goalkeeper urged his teammates to learn from the recent defeat and reaffirmed their belief in the title race, emphasizing, “It’s the start of a new season now, starting tomorrow night with a good result and three points.”

Butland’s comments underscore Rangers’ determination to bounce back from setbacks and maintain their pursuit of silverware amidst a competitive title race.