July 4th 2001. That was the day that Rangers officially opened the clubs state of the art training facility and new academy grounds. In the two decades since, a regular discussion amongst fans and media has been whether the investment has been worth it as far as player development goes. Considering the best player produced … Continue reading Is the Rangers training centre finally paying off?
Rangers today begin our assault on the Scottish cup in an attempt to right the wrongs of over a decade since the trophy found itself in Ibrox Stadium. It has been too long and Rangers simply must win the tournament. So this challenge begins this Friday evening with a home time against Stirling Albion of … Continue reading Rangers ease through in cup win
High and wide. Since Rangers appointed Steven Gerrard 3 years ago, that is a term that has been used regularly. That description, however, was used almost exclusively for the fullbacks while the 'two number 10's' drifted in field. Over the previous two seasons in particular there is no denying that the fullbacks being positioned high … Continue reading Joe Aribo Magic – ‘High and Wide’
Chris Woods Andy Goram Stefan Klos Allan McGregor With the exception of those few years post 2012, Rangers have been blessed with world class goalkeeping for at least 35 years. A strong argument could be made for any of them, but in many cases it becomes a debate that is largely generational. What is a … Continue reading Allan McGregor – better than ever?
Brian Laudrup. That's the player. There has been no player in my lifetime who has taken apart and struck fear into Celtic quite like Laudrup. There have been others along the way who have given them a torrid time: Albertz loved huge Old Firm moments, Lovenkrands had a habit of big Old Firm goals, guys … Continue reading Ryan Kent – Old Firm King