’22 Trophies in 11 Years’ ‘We Set the Standard’ These were the sobering banners facing the Rangers support as we trudged despondently out of Hampden with a now all too familiar feeling of anger and disappointment. Our great institution, the one built before us on silverware and trophies, has been allowed to regress and settle … Continue reading Familiarity in Defeat
League Cup Final Preview
On Sunday Michael Beale and his team can bring home the first silverware of the season with victory over Celtic at Hampden in the League Cup Final. As we were reminded of last week at Livingston, trophies have been a scarce commodity since our plunge to the lower leagues in the early part of the … Continue reading League Cup Final Preview
January transfer window evaluated
The January transfer window was perhaps approached with contrasting emotions by many in the Rangers support. Given our early season struggles it was undoubtedly seen as an opportunity to freshen up and bolster an ageing and underperforming squad but a brief glance back at our historic mid-season business would perhaps have left many wincing rather … Continue reading January transfer window evaluated
Rangers AGM: Key Issues
Since regime change in 2015 the journey has been far from straightforward and progress has not always been linear however despite coming on the back of a league title and European final in the last couple of seasons this could perhaps be the most tense and pressured AGM since David Somers cowered in his on-pitch … Continue reading Rangers AGM: Key Issues
Beale is back. And must be backed.
The appointment of a new manager at Rangers Football Club is a momentous event. Indeed Michael Beale is only the 18th man to have had the prestigious position bestowed upon him by the custodians of our great institution, even if the rate of change is gathering pace in the modern world of football. Such a … Continue reading Beale is back. And must be backed.