Rangers are much more financially stable now than at any other point over the past 5 years. Dave King's consortium have things in order, so there are no real worries on that front for the Gers in 2017. Further, Ibrox Stadium is a top notch arena that regularly sells out to 50,000 capacity.
If Rangers can remain calm and convince their supporters that this is all part of a healing process, then there's light at the end of the tunnel. A full Ibrox is thunderous, and the love for Glasgow Rangers is felt by millions worldwide. This is shown whenever Rangers take a pre-season camp in North America or travel elsewhere for friendly matches.
It was always going to take time for Rangers to challenge Celtic again, and it's actually a surprise that it took until season 2016-2017 for the latter to win their first treble since the Gers were demoted. The prevailing message around Ibrox should be one of patience, because the good times could be just around the corner.
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