‘They’ll win…’ – Ally McCoist makes title claim live on talkSPORT after Rangers v Aberdeen

‘They’ll win…’ – Ally McCoist makes title claim live on talkSPORT after Rangers v Aberdeen

Ally McCoist has insisted both Rangers and Celtic are a centre-forward away from winning the league and was shocked neither team had made a move in January.

The Rangers icon expressed how tight he believes the ongoing title competition is,

with both teams now tied on points and nothing separating them.

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He was also critical of both Old Firm teams, claiming that they are simply not as powerful as they have been in recent years,

with the two derbies before the conclusion of the season possibly key.

McCoist stated on talkSPORT [7 February, 06:07] that while Rangers deserved the win,

he believes both Rangers and Celtic are not as powerful as they have been in recent years.

“I don’t think [the game at Ibrox] is until April,

and we’ll definitely have another one after that,

but I don’t think there’s much between them.

“I think if one of the two teams had gone and got a centre-forward who would get them 10-12 goals between now and the end of the season,

I think they’ll win the league.”

Rangers’ 2-1 victory over Aberdeen at Ibrox brought the Old Firm title fight down to the wire.

The two teams are now tied on points with the same number of games played,

with Celtic leading the standings due to a higher goal difference.

It has been a season full of twists and turns,

and after the Ibrox club decided to fire Michael Beale due to his dismal run of results,

Philippe Clement has taken up the ball and run with it,

bringing the club back into the title fight and transforming them into a true power.

Neil Lennon has reiterated that there are still questions about Clement’s side,

but following their victory at Ibrox, they must be taken seriously in this title fight,

and Celtic cannot afford to continue their form slump.

However, with two Old Firm matches remaining this season,

they might be the determining factor in a tight title race,

with both clubs vying for first place but both capable of making a stupid error or producing an unpleasant result.

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