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Rangers vs. Kilmarnock: Who stood out, and who needs to be dropped? Vote now

GTBFO has decided that fan player ratings are the new thing and will invite you, the common punter, to rate the players every week from now on.

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Like any modern writer or journalist, GTBFO are always looking at the potential of crowdsourcing, and really any way that we can get other people to do our job for us.

It was when we were blocked on Twitter by one fan for suggesting that Martyn Waghorn's terrible performances in the last three games were terrible performances that we hit on the solution - fan player ratings!

That's right - from now on, you'll get to vote the player ratings yourself, which will be posted up the next day. We'll also keep a track of them over the season to monitor form.

Get stuck in by voting away on how you reckon the team did against Kilmarnock below, but first, a quick guide to the numbers, so we're all on the same page.

10: A career-defining performance of such beauty and genius that you thank God you were alive to witness it. Barry Ferguson vs. Sporting Lisbon.

9: Really stunning performance from a brilliant player. A dominant, phenomenal display of rare quality. Brian Laudrup in the cup final vs Hearts.

8: An excellent, man-of-the-match-worthy display. Did very little wrong and was decisive when it mattered. Lovenkrands in the 2002 final against Celtic.

7: A good, solid performance, played very well, didn't make any mistakes, showed a bit of class but not a truly dominant display. Neil McCann in the same game.

6: Got the job done, did what was asked of them, put a shift in, no real complaints. Darren McGregor in every single game last season.

5: An average performance, the game perhaps passing them by slightly, not particularly effective or influential. Every game Nicky Law has ever played for Rangers.

4: Sub-par, struggled to get going, perhaps anonymous, perhaps made errors, perhaps looked a wee bit lost. Kirk Broadfoot in the 3-2 in 2008.

3: Poor. Nothing came off, the game was too good for them, and they stood out as not being good enough. Jig in the Old Firm League Cup game under McDowall.

2: Terrible. Just totally lost in a game that nothing went right for them at all in. Out of their depth. Ricky Foster in the 4-0 against Hibs.

1: One for the ages, genuinely worse than if they hadn't been there at all. Cammy Bell vs Motherwell.

Alright: get voting.