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‘Shocking, no other words’ ‘£16m of pure dross’ ‘Absolutely honking. In for a long long season with this lot’ Ibrox fans rage at Beale

After the big build up it is quite a fall for Micky Beale.

Last season he managed to wing it with the pressure off in the SPFL being a comfortable nine points behind Celtic.

When it came to two cup ties Beale’s side went down with barely a whimper but he escaped on the promise of what will happen next season when he gets some new pals for Todd Cantwell and Nico Raskin.

Eight outfield players were signed before the start of the season with none of the six that have been played so far getting pass-marks.

Cyriel Dessers has been compared to an unfit Alfredo Morelos, Abdallah Sima looks like he is in the wrong movie while Sam Lammers appears to be a footballer trying to find a position to play in.

Star signing Danilo, costing £6m from Feyenoord because he is Brazillian was substituted after 66 minutes against Servette with no-one really noticing.

It is all piling up, a storm that would test an experienced manager, a rookie like Beale could be crushed within weeks.

On Tuesday in Switzerland he will discover if he has a team or two groups consisting of his well paid signings and the leftovers, the serial losers led by James Tavernier.

Ibrox fans have been desperate for good news, they will cling on to anything in the hope that the misery of watching Celtic trophy parties is about to come to an end.

On the basis of two matches and an influx of Beale signings this Revolution! looks as doomed as all of the others.

Beale could soon be getting ranked alongside Pedro Caixinha, Graeme Murty and Mark Warburton. Some bears are reviewing Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s 368 days in charge which delivered a European final, the Scottish Cup and Champions League football.

It is starting to look like Beale won’t be given long enough to compare with the man he undermined with his carefully planned trip to Ibrox last October.

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