“Rather walk my dog” – Former Rangers striker blasts the teams amid their recent loss to Aris Limassol in the Europa League…

Kris Boyd expressed strong dissatisfaction with Rangers’ current state and their recent loss to Aris Limassol in the Europa League.

The former Rangers striker criticized the team’s poor summer signings and admitted that he would prefer to walk his dog rather than watch his old club’s current performance.

After Aris Limassol secured their historic European group stage victory with a 2-1 win, interim manager Steven Davis faced another disappointing performance from Rangers.

Alex Moucketou-Moussounda and Shavy Babicka scored for the home team, while Abdallah Sima managed a consolation goal for Rangers. Goalkeeper Jack Butland’s heroic efforts prevented an even larger defeat for the visitors.

Boyd, a former Ibrox hero, did not hold back in his criticism of the Rangers squad after the game. He questioned the team’s unity and fighting spirit, suggesting that the players needed to be held accountable.

Boyd emphasized that managers cannot continue to lose their jobs while the team’s performance remains unchanged.

He told Sky Sports, “There is a lack of togetherness and fight. Michael Beale lost his job, and Steven Davis took over, so it’s time to ask questions of the players.

The new signings have not lived up to expectations. Rangers have a lot of work to do, as the performance levels were far from what is expected of Rangers players. Some players need to reflect on their performances.”

Boyd also expressed his disappointment with Rangers’ recruitment, describing it as “atrocious.” He believed that both new and long-serving players had not met the club’s standards.

He concluded by stating that he would rather walk his dog than watch the current state of affairs and expressed frustration at the team’s repeated letdowns of the fans.

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