I get your point here
but I never supported Rangers because we were the most successful club, I wasn't even aware of that fact until I was older
I support them because my Dad supported them and took me to Ibrox and spent time with me and raised me to support them, if we'd never won anything id still be a Bear.
At the end of the day for most of us Rangers is about family and friends and feeling like youre a part of something
it sounds cheesy and I'm sure I've said it before but I've moved about my whole childhood, went to 10 different schools in different countries and towns, but every year my Dad would bring us home to visit and take us to Ibrox and buy us the strips and every year my family would send me Rangers stuff at Christmas, my gran used to send me the Beano every week then started sending me the Beano and Rangers News. Rangers is one of the only things ive ever really felt I was part of and belonged to because it was always there. When we lived in the states we'd get up at 6 in the morning to see the games.
It's about family and tradition much more than it's about titles and victories.
I love listening to people talk about Rangers, especially the older bears, and most of the times the best stories are just about the times that were had and not about the trophies won
You're right in what you say, but there's another side that matters more and there will still be plenty young bears who will be able to say that theyd stand by Rangers thru thick and thin and they will mean it wholeheartedly