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Belongs to us- big mouth Dessers in SPFL title claim

After nine months at Ibrox Cyriel Dessers has fully developed the superiority complex and contempt that runs through the Ibrox Tribute Act.

Being fed the narrative of 150 years of history and being the most successful club in the world seems to be part of the settling in process alongwith an entitlement that no other club has, certainly not one that has lifted three trophies since founding father Charles Green filled his pockets.

A fortnight ago after drawing a blank at Ross County Dessers was dropped for Kemar Roofe as the goals dried up entirely away to Dundee.

Now after the usual pick-me-up from Hearts and some gifts from St Mirren goalkeeper Zak Hemmings it seems that all is happy and glorious again for the Ibrox striker.

Reflecting on getting out of Paisley with a 2-1 victory Dessers told BBC Scotland:

We are close to doing something special and we have to be aware of that and just leave it all on the pitch.

It’s going to be an exciting month with everything to play for. That’s what we deserve with the things we did in the last few months.

Now it’s up to us to give ourselves what we deserve and what belongs to us.

A word with some of his more experienced team-mates at Murray Park this morning should enlighten Dessers into what belongs to the Ibrox Tribute Act.

While racking up record breaking penalty statistics James Tavernier has watched Celtic win the domestic treble five times- something that the hoops had only managed three times before the arrival of the former Wigan utility man.

Alfredo Morelos led the line before Dessers had even heard of ‘Rangers’ but left the club last summer with one winners medal and a flat screen telly in his luggage.

Tavernier has played under eight different managers, including caretaker Graeme Murty, in his nine seasons at Ibrox and trotted out the same lines for each new manager Revolution!

The last two incumbants have lasted 366 days and 10 months, unless Dessers can come up with another six or seven goals in the four remaining SPFL matches Mister Clement will be facing the same anger that forced Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Micky Beale into early exits.

In complete contrast there wasn’t a word from Brendan Rodgers or James Forrest that looked beyond the next match, at home to Hearts on Saturday.

Both men know what it requires to win titles in Scotland, that is delivered on the park rather in cocky media interviews.

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