Rangers have continued the improvements in and around Ibrox with the club getting banners placed along Edmiston Drive celebrating the historic 55th title win last month.
With the Gers approaching their 150th anniversary, the club have embarked on a massive programme of improvements around the ground, with new signage previously installed and work ongoing on rebuilding Edmiston House.
Loving the new banners and signage at ibrox ❤🤍💙 pic.twitter.com/gh9LEdHbOz
— Stegthomson (@Stegthomson1) April 10, 2021
One Twitter user shared images of the banners, which run the length of the Bill Struth Main Stand and immediately freshen up the look outside the front door of the iconic structure.
While it is only a small touch, it is good to see the continued improvements to the stadium footprint and, hopefully, fans will be allowed inside Ibrox to get to properly sample the full range of changes for themselves.
As well as the changes outside, there have been a slew of upgrades inside the ground too, including the installation of mid-tier digital ad boards and WiFi for fans to use on matchday.
With the return of fans to grounds getting closer, hopefully it won’t be long before we see crowds bustling on Edmiston Drive in time for trophy day against Aberdeen on May 15.