Rangers lost their 40-match unbeaten run in the Premiership on Saturday.
Steven Gerrard’s side went down 1-0 away to Dundee United with a rather limp performance, it has to be said.
A whole host of Rangers stars simply didn’t show up, like Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos.
Overall, the Gers looked fairly unrecognisable compared to the team that hadn’t lost in 40 league outings, winning the title by 25 points from Celtic last term.
But even one of their new players sort of blended into the mediocrity.
John Lundstram has only been at Rangers for a little over a month but the 27-year-old midfielder offered little evidence at Tannadice to suggest he could rip up Scotland’s top flight.
And club legend Alex Rae has claimed that he just doesn’t see what the Englishman offers.
He said to Super Scoreboard on Radio Clyde: “You look at Lundstram in the middle of the park; I am struggling to see what he is actually bringing at the moment. But I don’t know what he is bringing to the park.”
In fairness to Lundstram, it’s awfully early in the day to be writing anybody off.
Saturday was his only full debut for Rangers in the Premiership – and third appearance overall – and it’s a little silly to suggest already that he isn’t good enough.
Gerrard will forever be remembered as the light Blues boss to end Celtic’s 10-in-a-row bid.
In other words, the 41-year-old boss has made far more right decisions in Glasgow than wrong ones and therefore a little bit of faith is required from the fanbase.
Questioning Lunstram is a little like questioning Gerrard, considering he presumably gave the okay to sign him, and the iconic midfielder has done enough in Scotland to be trusted.