Efficient Rangers lead the way at the winter break with solid home win

Boxing day at Ibrox is amongst the first viewed on fixture release. Not for the first time our fans are missing out on the big fixtures due to increasingly frustrating Government decisions. St Mirren are today’s visitors with just 500 inside Ibrox to hopefully watch Rangers increase our lead in the league back to six … Continue reading Efficient Rangers lead the way at the winter break with solid home win

Form, January window, contracts and Dave King

Six league victories in a row for Giovanni Van Bronckhorst has been extremely welcome. What’s significant in that run is the wins at Livi, Hibs and Hearts, which are as tough as any trips this league has to offer, arguably didn’t look likely just six weeks ago. December was always going to be the month … Continue reading Form, January window, contracts and Dave King

Seven the magic word as Rangers get past United

Match day at Ibrox and the last one before Christmas in what has been a very productive period under the new management team. I’m excited to be here today, after missing the last few games, so an added excitement to be back at Ibrox. It’s always special being here but I’m a wee bit more … Continue reading Seven the magic word as Rangers get past United

Early signs positive under Gio, more silence in sectarian storm and Dave King speaks out but misses the mark

Four wins out of four represents the perfect start for Giovanni Van Bronckhorst in the Rangers managerial hot seat. With Europe successfully negotiated and three strong victories in the league, we now head to France before a huge league match at Tynecastle which is as vital to the season as any match thus far. Without … Continue reading Early signs positive under Gio, more silence in sectarian storm and Dave King speaks out but misses the mark

Alfredo silences critics and starts the Gio era with Euro qualification

A very cold night, a month before Christmas and Ibrox under the lights, yes it’s a big Rangers European night. Victory is necessary if Rangers wish to progress and victory by two will see Rangers qualify from the group stages for the third successive season. Of course the narrative is now some what different from … Continue reading Alfredo silences critics and starts the Gio era with Euro qualification