Neil Lennon condemns Walter Smith bitterness

Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon has condemned the comments made by former Rangers great, Walter Smith.

The latter has claimed that Scottish football, in general, has not treated Rangers well from the date of their liquidation. Smith added that there is bitterness present among the Rangers faithful and that it would take time to heal.

MESSI SET FOR AWARD

Lionel Messi has already marked his name down in the history books of football for a number of different reasons. The Argentine boy-wonder has been breaking records for the past few years and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Rangers have kicked off their season in superb form

Rangers FC initiated the 2015-16 season of the Scottish Championship League on a positive note as Mark Warbuton and his team claimed a 3-1 triumph over St.Mirren as both squads faced off at the Ibrox Stadium in a match that saw the home team securing their first victory of the season.

Bad time continues for Rangers Fans

This period of time certainly cannot be a good one for supporters of Rangers as the Scottish club seems to be having problems in all aspects. From financial troubles, to managerial struggles it just doesn’t seem like the bad news stop from falling into the path of the club and its own supporters.

A statement from the Scottish club announced that James Easdale had resigned from his position in the board of the club read: “Rangers announce that James Easdale has resigned from the boards of the company and Rangers Football Club Limited with immediate effect.