Scottish football does not have a sectarianism problem. Well, not in the way we seem determined to define it at least. I'm convinced throughout this entire debate, which has run for decades now, that people have lost the understanding of what sectarianism actually is. It's far broader than just religion. Being a football fan means … Continue reading Scottish Football is not the Reason for Division in this Country
With the Hallowe'en theme in mind, last night seemed to provide a couple of scares on and off the pitch. The result against Kilmarnock and the financial results released during the game weren't the most positive. At a time when the team has had a few frustrating performances of late, it only heightened the general … Continue reading Just Like Hallowe’en, How Things Are Dressed Up Isn’t Always What it Seems
Another poor result away from home in the league on Sunday has generated many a reaction from the fans. The result was poor, but the performance was what really disappointed most. The team looked nothing like they have in any other match so far this season as they struggled to create chances or defend with … Continue reading So Just What Went Wrong Against Livingston?
WARNING - this blog is doing something we rarely do here. It's looking at Scottish football as a whole, rather than solely Rangers. Of course, it's coming from our perspective, but it's got a different focus. I know, we're not supposed to care about the rest of the teams in Scotland. I have my reasons … Continue reading Greek Tragedies Will Sometimes End Happily
We've all seen plenty of friendlies over the years. We know that results are largely meaningless, and even performances can be misleading. Last night's 6-0 win over Bury can't be seen as too revealing, but there was plenty to take from it. Let's have a look at what was most interesting from the game. First … Continue reading What Was Worth Noting From the Win Against Bury?
Every Rangers fan right now will feel a mixture of anger, frustration and embarrassment. Those emotions are more than justified in our current situation. We often try to highlight the positives, to fight against the negativity shown in the Scottish media and elsewhere towards Rangers. That comes with an accusation from some of being too … Continue reading We Need to See Evidence of What the Club Tell us They’re Aiming For
After the hectic nature of the January transfer window, things seem to be almost calm at Rangers just now. A number of games have been played in recent weeks which has obviously been the focus, and there's been reasons for positivity from performances. The bid for Alfredo Morelos seems to be chased away as things … Continue reading Opinion: Murty is Right to Discuss Docherty