Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack has demanded consistency and that the team string some wins together going in to the second half of the season.
The midfielder was speaking pre-match alongside Gerrard as the club prepare for the trip to Livingston. This is the match where that needs to begin.
It is also a match which we should not take for granted. We were beaten in West Lothian earlier in the season.

“When we were speaking with a few boys yesterday morning, we said we don’t know the last time we went on an actual winning streak and put a consistent run of victories together,” said Jack.
“We all realise that and going into Sunday, we hope this can be the start of a real run of results. We have to use the disappointment and frustration we felt on Wednesday to move forward.”
Rangers have been consistently inconsistent for as long we can all remember. Stringing together a run of more than three wins has proved increasingly challenging for far too long.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – DECEMBER 29: Ryan Jack of Rangers celebrates scoring his teams first goal of the game during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premier League between Celtic and at Ibrox Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Under Gerrard, it’s a feat we’ve only managed once. We picked up three in a row against Rapid Vienna, Hearts and Hamilton in October. That is not good enough.
Jack would go on say that all of the players in the dressing room demanded a reaction from each other. That reaction has to be consistency in both performance and in picking up points.

Rangers crunch tie with Livingston will take place at the Tony Macaroni arena and kicks off at 4pm.
Ryan Jack took all the plaudits from December’s Old Firm after scoring the solitary goal in the tie.
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