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Rangers fans react on Twitter to Lee McCulloch's performance v Livingston

Glasgow Rangers could only muster a draw against Livingston in the Scottish Championship last night.

Rangers are locked in a battle with Hibernian for a play-off spot to win promotion to the Scottish Premier League, but fluffed their lines in attempting to open up a significant advantage.

The Gers had their game in hand last night in the Scottish Championship, facing bottom side Livingston who came into the match with only 20 points from 32 games this season.

Livingston managed to hold Rangers to a 1-1 draw, which was enough to lift Stuart McCall's side into second place and the all important play-off spot, but only with a one point lead ahead of Hibs, rather than the three points they would have expected heading into the game.

It was a result indicative of Rangers' unpredictable form this season which sees them 22 points behind leaders Hearts, and a one point lead at this stage is certainly a slim one to try to hold onto.

Stuart McCall made the decision to change his team from the one which beat Raith Rovers so convincingly at the weekend 4-0, with Lee McCulloch coming back in.

The 36-year-old defender has been with the club since 2007, but patience with him from supporters is fast running out, if not the various managers to boss the side this season.

McCulloch and boss Stuart McCall were the subject of fan ire after the result, here is a look at some of that reaction via Twitter...

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