Ally McCoist also gives injury updates and views ahead of tomorrow's game against Stenhousemuir
Ferguson said that it felt as if it was becoming acceptable for Rangers to drop points every week under Le Guen’s reign.
He said: ‘The worst bit of it was, I could see it rubbing off on others until there were players sitting in that dressing room who didn’t seem to care if we won, lost or drew. The standards I had grown up with were disappearing.
‘I was just so angered by the lack of passion. I couldn’t look round any more at people who didn’t care if Rangers won or lost.’
Rangers boss Ally McCoist believes the shocks in the cup competitions are a good indicator as to how hard it is for the Gers to climb the lower leagues.
He said: ‘Effectively we’re playing in a cup tie every week and sometimes you get shocks in cup ties. This week proved it.
‘Morton, who are second bottom of the Championship, had a fantastic result at Celtic Park, while Stranraer scored three goals at Hibernian.’
McCoist has told the Rangers website that Nicky Clark is a doubt for tomorrow’s game against Stenhousemuir, after a clash with a Partick player in match played behind closed doors.
McCoist said: ‘It doesn’t look like the type of thing that will keep him out for too long but as for the weekend, we’ll need to have a chat with the physios about that one.”
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