Rangers have received a shout-out on a leading BBC Scotland news and politics programme as a bluenose claims 55 is one of the things he’s most looking forward to in 2021.

Dan McCroskie is a regular political commentator on BBC Scotland’s weekly Seven Days programme and was once again invited on to the show to discuss all things Scotland over the last week.

High on the agenda was of course Celtic’s trip to Dubai but when prompted by host Fiona Stalker to let viewers know what he could see happening in 2021, McCroskie left those watching in no doubt.

“I’ve got two things I think,” said McCroskie [Seven Days].

“Number one is the Scottish elections, will they happen in May, will they happen in October, so I think that’s a big story for 2021 in Scotland.

“On a more personal note, I’m looking forward to Rangers winning 55 titles, the 55th title this season and hopefully making the Champions League into next season.”

Aren’t we all Dan.

Rangers fans everywhere are in buoyant mood with the club 21 points clear in the Scottish Premiership title race and Steven Gerrard’s side still unbeaten in the league this season.

Rangers got a shout-out from an unlikely source as a bluenose cheered on the Bears during BBC Scotland’s Seven Days programme. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Celtic have imploded across the city with a mid-season trip to Dubai yielding one positive Covid-19 test and the need for 13 players and three staff to self-isolate.

The trip has caught the nation’s attention and whilst Celtic may have since “apologised”, Rangers fans have refuted one major claim made by their chief executive Peter Lawwell.

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