A look at the league standings will show that they are bottom of the league, but in reality, they are better than that.
They have a lot of experienced players and former internationals in their line-up and if you remember well the good memories they brought the league in past years (3-0 vs Gor Mahia), it is a sad affair.
The likes of Julius Owino, Japhary Oyando, Erick Muranda.......name them, are all players that have been playing in the league for top clubs for many years, and that just tells you that Rangers are hitting way below their weight.
Luck not on their side
Moreover, they have an experienced tactician in the name of James Nandwa ,a former Tusker FC player and coach. Is it that they are relying more on experienced players than young ones or the problems of paying players and lack of sponsorship as we had heard earlier have struck them? You can ask of their problems.
Or is it just that luck is not on their side? These questions can go on and on without getting nailed on answers, though it is obvious that money issues usually derail football teams.
With four matches left to the conclusion of this season, Rangers need to focused, lucky and hope for God's grace to survive, though for me, that will be almost impossible.
However, as is with football, it's not over until its over and Rangers might still yet pull off an unexpected recovery and survive.. You never know. I just feel that they are unlucky to be where they are.
Good luck Rangers.