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
'He's too old' 'His legs are gone' 'Not the player he used to be' Those were some of the comments when Rangers announced the return of Steven Davis in January 2019, 7 years after he left the club to join Southampton. Fast forward 2 years, Davis is still absolutely strolling games on a weekly basis … Continue reading Steven Davis – like fine wine
In what has been a brilliant season, one that has already brought us league title number 55, it's so easy to pick out individuals all over the pitch. Allan McGregor having yet another brilliant season, the captain James Tavernier putting in the season of his life, the ageless Steven Davis still controlling games with ease, … Continue reading Connor Goldson – The Rock 55 is built on
The roles of Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi are often described in two different ways: wide forwards or two number 10's. In reality, they are both. Given a high amount of attacking freedom, you'll see both players taking up positions all across the pitch. They spend time in wide areas linking up with overlapping fullbacks, … Continue reading Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi – A Deadly Duo