Rangers are back in action tomorrow night as we take on Spartak Moscow in the Russian capital in the Europa League.
Things are in our hands right now in the group and that is something that we would have certainly taken at the start of the campaign.
Certainly, if we can get a good result tomorrow night I’d back us to get into the knockout stages and that definitely underlines just how far we have come in a short space of time.
It’s easy to forget given our history that we’ve actually made massive progress in recent years from where we were and one man who was important during that time has decided to hang up his boots.
Andy Little will certainly be remembered for some time for his part in helping us recover whilst his goal in the Old Firm is also something that he’ll never be forgotten for.
He’s had to retire, though, and released this statement via his Twitter account:
‘Statement’ ???? pic.twitter.com/rUostpZOQk
— Andy Little (@AndyLittle_7) November 6, 2018
Let’s see how fans of various clubs have responded…
All the best, Andy The NHS must be delighted though!
— FraserClarke (@Fraser_Clarke) November 6, 2018
Lived the dream, Andy! Good luck in whatever you do next! pic.twitter.com/cujejBDPwl
— RangersHistory (@RangersFACTS) November 6, 2018
We are as proud of my little bro for his fortitude as for his football. There are many spheres of human achievement beyond sport. He will do well. Good luck cub.
— Graham Little (@little_at_large) November 6, 2018
All the best Andy pic.twitter.com/QFdL8qXQEf
— Stuart Black (@StuartBlack91) November 6, 2018
All the best in the future Andy.
— Heart & Hand (@ibroxrocks) November 6, 2018
You’ll always have a place in our hearts Andy, Best of luck with what’s ever next for you pic.twitter.com/uB50ByAU7f
— Rangers Central (@GersCentral) November 6, 2018
All the best Andy, you deserve a rest after all of that!
— Andrew Dickson (@mrandrewdickson) November 6, 2018
All the best Andy pic.twitter.com/QrKLjov27A
— Ian Mackie (@ianmackie88) November 6, 2018
All the best in whatever comes next, Andy. You got to live our dream. pic.twitter.com/WVLei1ZBtE
— Andy McKellar (@AMcKellar89) November 6, 2018