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Rangers have one hand on the Premiership trophy but I think Celtic will stick with Neil Lennon for now

Gareth McAuley


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Agony and ecstasy: Rangers boss Steven Gerrard (left) savours Old Firm delight while Celtic's Neil Lennon (right) deals with the pain of defeat.

Agony and ecstasy: Rangers boss Steven Gerrard (left) savours Old Firm delight while Celtic's Neil Lennon (right) deals with the pain of defeat.

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Agony and ecstasy: Rangers boss Steven Gerrard (left) savours Old Firm delight while Celtic's Neil Lennon (right) deals with the pain of defeat.

It was a monumental Old Firm victory for Rangers, but Steven Gerrard’s boys have got to remain humble if they are to see it out and claim title No.55.

The Championship is now Rangers’ to lose. Celtic’s dream of 10 in a row has all but faded away.

However, Rangers can’t afford to drop their guard, they need to treat each team they play with the utmost respect and while their confidence will have sky-rocketed after today’s result, they’ll know they could easily be brought back down to earth by Aberdeen in their next game. The defeat to St Mirren in the League Cup was just a few weeks ago.


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