Rangers fans have been turning the screw over the club’s rivals all summer with advertising space in bus stops a particular weapon of choice.

Cheeky Gers fans have been buying up the slots and filling them with pictures of their heroes and constant reminders of 55.

Fans Celebrate As Rangers Crowned Champions
Rangers’ 55 celebrations have gone on all summer long. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

You just know that catching a glance of these is bound to get under the skin of our rivals as the reality of the Ibrox club’s title win begins to sink in.

And just when plenty would’ve thought the celebrations had dried up, yet more of these posters have been appearing around Glasgow, including one with kitman Jimmy Bell.

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Last season’s title victory will certainly live long in the memory and the club’s supporters will be celebrating it for quite some time to come.

But whilst posters on bus stops are all well and good, Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is determined to move on quickly from last season’s successes.

The Ibrox gaffer has even more trophies in his sights ahead of this season.

“Last year hasn’t gone, last year is history,” said Gerrard [RangersTV].

“We have created history. It will never go, it will be there for the rest of our lives. The players have done ever so well.

“You don’t achieve something so big and it doesn’t just vanish and people forget about it, but we are well aware that the language of 55 has to stop now and we need to move very swiftly on to 56 to try and achieve that.

“We have to work even harder to achieve that because the challenge is going to come from different teams all over the league.

“We are going to be the team that is hunted now rather than being one of the hunters, so it changes, the mentality needs to change and we need to keep and maintain our standards that we have shown over the last twelve months, and even turn the dial even more and turn the heat up even more. We need to add to it.”

To do that Rangers have plans to bring real quality into the side on top of what they already have with the club reportedly eyeing a £7m deal in the coming weeks.

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