Rangers suffered their second successive defeat in the Scottish Premiership on Friday evening, as the Ibrox outfit went down 2-1 to Dundee away from home.
The Gers headed into the league fixture against Dundee on the back of 2-0 defeat to Hamilton Academical at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership.
Dundee are struggling for survival in the top flight of Scottish football, and the Gers were expected to win.
However, Graeme Murty’s side went down 2-1, with Mark O'Hara scoring both the goals for the home team.
Michael Stewart, who was a youth player at the Gers and went on to feature for Manchester United and Hibernian among other clubs, has given his take on the situation at Rangers, who are still looking for a permanent successor to Pedro Caixinha.
.@btsportfootball Rangers embarrassed by bottom club Dundee... 2-1 All the full time analysis coming up Well done Dundee— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) 24 November 2017
Over a month since Pedro was sacked. Rangers look no nearer to appointing a manager, while their team on the pitch are struggling badly. Lack of real leadership at the club— Michael Stewart (@mstewart_23) 24 November 2017
Huge result for Dundee to take them off the foot of the table. Neil McCann has to take credit for putting Scott Allan on— Michael Stewart (@mstewart_23) 24 November 2017
Massive press conference from Derek McInnes earlier today reaffirming his commitment to Aberdeen. It would appear many people’s predictions aren’t going to come to fruition— Michael Stewart (@mstewart_23) 24 November 2017
The summer acquisitions at Rangers have been a very costly mistake. When they eventually get a new manager he’ll want to completely overhaul that squad, but probably won’t be able to....— Michael Stewart (@mstewart_23) 24 November 2017
The defeat to Dundee means that Rangers remain fourth in the Scottish Premiership table with 24 points from 14 matches, nine points behind leaders and Old Firm rivals Celtic, who have a game in hand.