Rangers fans had plenty to sing about last season as the club ended a decade of hurt by securing their legendary 55th league championship and halting their rivals in their tracks.

A world record, the inevitable return of Rangers after 10 years in the doldrums couldn’t have happened more poetically as the Ibrox side stopped Celtic getting 10IAR.

Fans Celebrate As Rangers Crowned Champions

Rangers fans celebrate their legendary 55th title win as our rivals commiserate. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

For the last decade, all our rivals have been chanting about is 10 in a row and how sweet it was for Rangers fans to see their club dominate last season in the most important campaign in their history.

Rangers were relentless to secure the trophy by March, going the season unbeaten and finishing 25 points in front of our Old Firm rivals.

The man who masterminded it was Steven Gerrard and the club’s supporters have been chanting his name all pre-season as the Status Quo is returned in Glasgow.

The club’s supporters have got a new favourite chant which was sung loud and proud to the tune of rock anthem Rocking All Over the World and which is sure to get under the skin of our rivals.

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It goes:

“I like it, I like it, I like it, I like it, I liiiiiiiiike it, liiiiiiiike it, oh, oh, Gerrard stopped 10 in a row”

The Ibrox club’s supporters certainly like the new chant as it was sung loud and proud on the trip to Tranmere Rovers and once again as supporters descended on Blackpool.

The club’s supporters have also been reacting to the chant on Twitter as fans ramp up the sing songs with bluenoses preparing to return to Ibrox next season:


Rangers fans certainly looked like they were having fun in Blackpool as the club’s supporters descended on the seaside town.

That’s despite the fact the Gers had to cancel their pre-season friendly at Bloomfield Road due to Covid-19 issues at the Seasiders.

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