The Glasgow giants are expected to win silverware this season after a squad overhaul at Ibrox in the recently concluded transfer window.
But a poor start to the Gers’ campaign this term, including a frustrating loss at the hands of Celtic, has already made the Rangers fans worried about another potential trophy-less season.
Some Light Blues fans have showed their disappointment to the team and Beale stressed that the players are also hurting.
He further added that players are also frustrated with the team’s poor run and it is foolishness from some fans if they think that they are not.
“I have not personally discussed that with them”, Beale told a press conference when asked about if players have been shocked by the fans’ reactions.
“The fans are really frustrated and disappointed.
“If they think the players are not, then that would be foolish of them because the players also live and breathe it every day and there have been some really honest words have been said in-house that will remain between us as a group.
“But the talking needs to be done on the football pitch now.“
Pressure is mounting on Beale due to Rangers’ poor run and Birmingham City boss John Eustace has been mooted in some quarters as a possible successor.
Now it remains to be seen whether the English manager will be able to turn the tide.