Captain James Tavernier hailed the “monumental” performance of the Rangers when they were crowned Scottish champions for the first time in 10 years

Steven Gerrard’s crew, the St Mirren beat 3-0 on Saturday, has a 20-point lead with six games remaining and has Celtic in 10th place Title denied in a row

It is the first trophy for former Liverpool and England captain Gerrard, as manager in his third season at Ibrox

“To do it with everything that surrounds this season this year, it’s monumental. We wanted the consistency and the guys were absolutely amazing. I’m just so proud of them”

It is the earliest Scottish title win in chronological order, ending Celtic’s bid for an unprecedented 10 Crown in a row

Rangers have only lost eight points in an undefeated Scottish Premiership campaign Her win on Saturday was Jan. Victory in 32 games

You have scored 77 goals and conceded only nine goals – only two of them were at Ibrox

The Glasgow Club was only in the bottom division of Scottish football after its financial collapse in 2012 and returned to the top division five years ago

The Rangers’ first game as champions will be on Jan. March will be the third Old Firm game of the campaign at Celtic Park

When Gerrard took control as manager, not only did he have to rebuild a team, he also had to fix an entire club – recruiting and scouting and hiring – he had to slip it off and start over

It was an Everestian challenge for a rookie boss in the white heat of Glasgow football against the fiery Brendan Rodgers, but Gerrard slowly – too slowly for many – but surely put the building blocks into position

He was backed by his board, bought wisely, and grew up Gerrard ran a 39-point deficit against Celtic in the season before taking a 20-point advantage, a 59-point difference this is Nirvana stuff for every Rangers fan

Former Rangers player & manager Graeme Souness: “Delighted with Steven Gerrard and his entire Celtic team had a period of dominance that was uncomfortable for us Rangers fans. They really deserve it. They have been fantastic all season and I just wish I was in Glasgow now “

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher: “You must have been afraid for years that Celtic would have beaten the record [nine straight titles] When Gerrard walked in, that was the name of the game to keep Celtic from doing so They have come a long way but they hope the glory days are back “

Former Rangers captain Lee McCulloch: “It was a little emotional 10 years is a long wait Every Rangers fan around the world will be celebrating this tonight

“The club hit rock bottom It’s been a slow climb but today it’s all about Steven Gerrard and his squad The changes Steven made, the leadership he showed, the recruiting on and off the pitch the club’s were fantastic “

Former Rangers captain David Weir: “It is to the credit of the players and staff to deal with such a point gap so early. The level of consistency has been incredible. Big thanks to Steven Gerrard for the team he did has built up, and the players who have taken it upon me to finally return the title to Ibrox is a great relief and a great joy for everyone at the club “

Midfielder Glen Kamara told Rangers TV: “It’s a surreal moment I don’t even know how to feel right now Everyone is trying to live the moment we’re just going to enjoy it today”

Midfielder Joe Arbio on Rangers TV: “My goal was to come here and win trophies and titles We did that”I achieved what I wanted to achieve, but of course there is more to come”

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