This article was written by Sam Sneddon. Follow him on Twitter @samjsneddon.
Rangers Football Club has a massive history behind them; 54 titles, 33 Scottish Cups, 27 Scottish League Cups, a European Winners Cup and many more impressive feats make them the most successful football club in the world. Recently Rangers haven't been living up to that massive name. Since the company which owns the club had some financial troubles and went into liquidation in 2012, the club itself hasn't really been the same.
Rangers made their way back up from the bottom of Scottish football - after being denied re-entry into the Premiership - with hardly any troubles, even winning against Celtic in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup after the game went to penalties. Then, under Mark Warburton, they began to fail drastically, failing to close the gap on Celtic. Which led to his resignation, or whatever actually happened. The interim manager, Graeme Murty played a few games and came away with a brilliant result: 1-1 against Celtic. Then, Pedro Caixinha was appointed. Don't get me started on that.
Pedro Caixinha: A summary - Signed lots of players that nobody ever heard of, got put out of the Europa League by a small team from Luxembourg, then it all went downhill from there. Graeme Murty to the rescue!
Graeme Murty surprised a lot of depressed Rangers fans with a win over Hearts, then another win later after. Rangers were on course to win 3 consecutive games in a row, an embarrassing feat that the club had failed to do this season.
Their opponents, Hamilton Accies (almost relegated last season!) were looking like an easy home victory. The game ended in a 0-2 loss. Once again, fans looked at the squad members that clearly didn't look like they were willing to play for the badge. Rangers ARE a managerless team, so who's going to take the reins and steer the club in the right direction?
Derek McInnes? Alan Pardew? Alec McLeish?
Derek McInnes is the favourite to join Rangers, but is currently at Aberdeen.
Fans can't agree, all those likely to join the club are very controversial. No matter what happens, change needs to come, Rangers haters are laughing as I speak and it's getting tougher for the world's most successful club to reach that stance once again.
How long until Rangers can become number one once again?