Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday has revealed his frustrations at his team’s inability to learn from their mistakes in the defeat against Falkirk.

Despite their win 4-3 over Queen of the South on Saturday, the Gers were left clutching on to three points towards the end as the visitors did threaten to snatch a point away from the game.

Leading 4-1 at one point, Rangers allowed their opponents to claw their way back into the game with some sloppy football, and Halliday conceded that the performance was very frustrating.

The midfield schemer indicated that Rangers need to learn their lessons quickly as they should not just limp on until the end of the season to win the title, as their performances deserve a much better climax to their campaign.

When asked about the performance, Halliday told Rangers TV: “It’s frustrating.  


“We had a lengthy discussion after the game, and we probably not really learnt our lessons against Falkirk last week, which was the key.

“At the end of the day we are going to lose football matches, but the key for us to learn from our defeats, and I don’t think we have done that today.

“The way the team have played this season, and our performances have been, I don’t think we deserve to limp out for the rest of the season.”

Rangers need two more wins to secure the league title, and will take on Raith Rovers next Saturday in an away fixture.