Today's statement from Club 1872 rung alarm bells and immediately had me concerned. Those that haven't seen it can find it here https://club1872.co.uk/news/castore-update-8th-september-2020/ The news that Castore are refusing to answer any questions and ignoring club 1872 is concerning, the news that the club are doing it is even more troubling. You can have any … Continue reading Rangers and Castore, we are waiting
I gave Steven Gerrard quite a bit of stick after the disappointing draw at Livingston and in my mind it was deserved. That frustration is one we have shared for various years in similar results throughout the managers time at the club. So when Kilmarnock came to Ibrox on Saturday I was pleased at the … Continue reading A round up of all things Rangers and I ask, where is James Bisgrove?
Livingston wasn't a surprise to anyone who hasn't been hiding under a rock for the last two years. In fact this was the 'norm' when it comes to a 'typical' Steven Gerrard Rangers performance. This incorporates several factors we have seen before, those being the inability to take the initiative and get points on the … Continue reading Livingston highlight the uncomfortable truth
Rangers swept both Saints sides out the way to help claim three victories from our first three league fixtures. Three clean sheets, seven goals scored and a good variety of scorers is a welcome statistic from the team. Rangers have played well in spells as the team look to shake the cobwebs of such a … Continue reading Rangers sweep aside the Saints, as we look at Castore, Reach and all things our club
Rangers sensational swoop for Kemar Roofe was confirmed yesterday in a undisclosed deal from Belgian side Anderlecht. Those that regularly watch Leeds will remember him fondly for his goals and his all round contribution. It was a double celebration for Rangers with the arrival of Cedric Itten and the Swiss international boosts the forward options … Continue reading Kemar Roofe – ‘He should score for fun!’