I ENJOYED the series of interviews that SportTimes ran this week with Brian Laudrup on the 20th anniversary of him signing for Rangers.
It was a reminder of the quality of player the Ibrox club fielded in the nine-in-a-row era and the success they enjoyed. Laudrup and his teams didn't require a lot of coaching.
They were so good. They dominated games, scored a lot of goals and won a plethora of trophies.
My son grew up, along with a lot of Rangers fans, thinking their club won the Scottish title every year.
He loved it. It is a long way from where the Gers are just now.
But I think that ultimately that is the level they should be looking to reach once again in the future.
Some of the current Rangers players would not even have been born when Laudrup and his team-mates were dominating the game in this country.
But Ally McCoist should sit down and show them a DVD one day of the great side he was such an important member of in action some day to highlight to them the standards that are expected at Rangers.