Pre-season is almost upon us as things begin to take shape on and off the park at Rangers

It's felt like a long summer and it's only really been a matter of weeks since we stopped. As the squad prepare to return for pre-season next week, I thought I'd have a look at all the latest Rangers rumours, Rangers news and the squad as it stands currently So easiest place to start is … Continue reading Pre-season is almost upon us as things begin to take shape on and off the park at Rangers

As season 18/19 comes to a close we look at the summer ahead, targets and areas to improve

This time last season Steven Gerrard and his team began to shape the squad for the season ahead. Most of us wanted a closer finish to the league winners, some of us dreamed of the ultimate prize. European dreams of group qualification and the riches that would bring were firmly at the forefront of everyone's … Continue reading As season 18/19 comes to a close we look at the summer ahead, targets and areas to improve

4lads Podcast Ep2 featuring Derek Johnstone is now live

The second episode of our 4lads Podcast has now dropped and is live for you all to listen too Joining myself is regular guest, Evening Times and Herald Senior sports writer Chris Jack and Rangers legend Derek Johnstone We discuss Derek's time at Rangers, from the highs to the lows and the ultimate of Barcelona … Continue reading 4lads Podcast Ep2 featuring Derek Johnstone is now live

SFA farce continues and it’s not ‘whataboutery’ to defend our position

The word 'whataboutery' has become the throw away term to dismiss any claim that doesn't suit a particular agenda The agenda this week being that by Rangers defending the Jon Flanagan incident and pointing out a similar incident, which was not cited, is 'whataboutery' A clear attempt to discredit Rangers position by accusing them of … Continue reading SFA farce continues and it’s not ‘whataboutery’ to defend our position

‘If you think Rangers have improved, you are having a laugh’ – Dispelling the myth of the media loudmouths

Steven Gerrard arrived last summer with the task of trying to fix a team badly broken by a season of damaging set backs. He inherited a squad that needed gutting and a club that was badly needing direction. A mammoth turnaround of players was needed and all on a budget of £8m, not a lot … Continue reading ‘If you think Rangers have improved, you are having a laugh’ – Dispelling the myth of the media loudmouths

Dolly swept aside as summer transfer rumours go into overdrive

Rangers victory on Sunday was another welcomed three points as the club aim to finish the season strongly. It was a solid performance and in spells we looked very good, we knocked the ball about very well and looked slick in possession. As the manager commented perhaps the disappointing part was lack of more goals … Continue reading Dolly swept aside as summer transfer rumours go into overdrive

James Tavernier – leading and producing when it counts

The role of a full back has evolved probably more than any other role in the modern game. The full backs in top sides are now required to do far more than just defend. This can cause division between fans of different eras or supporters with different opinions. Some will say that a full back … Continue reading James Tavernier – leading and producing when it counts