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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeIan Durrant was part of a star studded Rangers line up thrashed by a so called second string in the ultimate show of on field strength in their 10 in a row bid.It was the summer day in 1997 when Walter Smith fielded not one but TWO Light Blues line ups that were arguably good enough to win the title.In the end, Gers couldn’t muster up one side to earn their place in history and few at Ibrox 23 years ago could have predicted the season would go so horribly wrong.Billed as the Nike Family Day following a mega bucks kit deal with the sportswear giants, some of Walter Smith’s 15 million worth of summer signings were on display to add to stars such as Brian Laudrup and Paul Gascoigine who had helped Gers to a landmark equalling nine in a row the previous season.And in an ominous warning to rivals Celtic ahead of the new campaign it was the SECOND STRING who ran out rampant 6 1 winners after two 30 minute halves.Sign up to our Record Rangers newsletterGet all the latest Rangers news sent straight to your Inbox every day by signing up to our newsletter.We cover every morsel of information regarding your favourite club in the form of articles, videos and podcasts.The newsletter will arrive every day at 12pm, giving you a round up of the best stories we covered that in the last 24 hours.To sign up, simply enter your email address into the link here.It’s no wonder the Light Blues were massive odds on to win the league and the fact they didn’t and Wim Jansen’s Hoops instead wrote their names into Parkhead folklore is the hope Gers fans will be clinging on to ahead of next season.And it’s the reason Durrant believes current boss Steven Gerrard should be looking at quality rather than quantity as they look to end Celtic’s dominance.Ianis Hagi has already been recruited after Gers triggered the option to make his move from Genk permanent and Durrant expects others to follow.After sealing a return to football yesterday when he was unveiled as assistant boss at East Kilbride, Durrant said: “In 1997 we fielded two teams in a pre season training game.”We had a squad there maybe too much of a squad! Over the season we had injuries, lost our top goalscorer Marco Negri, Gazza got sold, Brian Laudrup had agreed a deal to go to Chelsea and we lost too many games that year and that was a hard one.”We were going for ten in a row but the consistency level we had for the previous nine years just wasn’t there.”Remember you can pick eleven players. At the time of the ten in a row season I was used sparingly. We had a lot of quality sitting in the stands and I don’t think the present Rangers manager wants that.”He wants his beat team on the pitch and a squads of maybe 18, 19 players.