The numbers behind champions Rangers’ Scottish Premiership title

Rangers have been crowned champions of Scotland for the 55th time.

Steven Gerrard’s squad have ended the club’s long wait for title glory with six games to spare.

Here, the PA news agency takes a look at some of the numbers behind the Light Blues’ remarkable return to Scottish Premiership glory.

£30million – Estimated value of the players who walked out on the club as they were forced to work their way up from the bottom of the Third Division.

Rangers players celebrate their win over St Mirren

49,118 – World record attendance for a fourth-tier match set against East Stirling in August, 2012.

Nine – Goals conceded by Rangers on their way to clinching the title.

30 – Clean sheets so far in all competitions this season.

32 – Games Gerrard’s team have gone unbeaten as they cruised to the championship flag.

66.67 – Gerrard’s win percentage as Gers boss. He has so far presided over 159 games, with 106 victories, 33 draws and just 20 defeats.

3,588 – Days since Rangers’ 2011 title win, clinched after a 5-1 victory over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park (May 11, 2011).

Seven – Men who have sat in the Ibrox hot seat since Walter Smith retired – Ally McCoist, Kenny McDowall (caretaker), Stuart McCall (interim boss), Mark Warburton, Graeme Murty (two spells as caretaker), Pedro Caixinha and Gerrard.

317 – Players who have registered a first-team appearance since the Light Blues last lifted the title.



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