Three points in the bag as we head to Germany with transfer speculation in overdrive

Threats, emails, statements. It was all consigned to history as Scottish football got back to business yesterday. We took the trip north to face Aberdeen which is always, traditionally, a difficult trip and it turned out to be a game which we had to grind out at times. Rangers were completely in control and were … Continue reading Three points in the bag as we head to Germany with transfer speculation in overdrive

Pre-season finishes with victory at Ibrox

Rangers final pre-season test saw newly promoted English Championship side Coventry visit Ibrox. Rangers started with the eleven which I fully expect to see start our first league match next week against Aberdeen. Rangers were impressive in France and hammered an unusually open Motherwell side but Coventry was a test even if their first outing … Continue reading Pre-season finishes with victory at Ibrox

The season gets closer and early signs are good, but do the old questions still remain?

Rangers have looked good in pre-season so far, player fitness and performance has been largely encouraging. The results have been impressive but as I have learned throughout the years they largely mean very little. I was never really concerned that we would become undone in France because those aren't the type of games we struggle … Continue reading The season gets closer and early signs are good, but do the old questions still remain?

Rangers win in France to claim the Veolia trophy

Three changes for Rangers in the second match of the Veolia trophy as Rangers faced Nice in match day two. Allan McGregor returned between the posts and Jermain Defoe led the line with Glenn Kamara in midfield. Jon McLaughlin, Steven Davis and Alfredo Morelos would drop down to the bench. With only two minutes gone … Continue reading Rangers win in France to claim the Veolia trophy