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

Rangers dig it out to return to top of the table

It’s matchday once again at Ibrox stadium as Rangers begin, albeit interrupted by internationals, a run of three vitally important home games. Hibs and Hearts both threaten to challenge us and both, who have started well this season, come to Ibrox next. That is followed by the vital European home game against Brondby in a … Continue reading Rangers dig it out to return to top of the table

Match Report: Rangers 2 Livingston 0

Back to Ibrox this evening for the Premier sports cup Quarter-final versus Livingston. Huge chance to reach Hampden and first push towards domestic silverware. Of course cup competition has alluded us somewhat under this management, so this has to be an opportunity to fix that. Livingston will be on a crest of a wave with … Continue reading Match Report: Rangers 2 Livingston 0

Weekly blog: Up and down form, Ibrox entry and match day reports

It’s been a season of stops and starts yet we find ourselves in quite a healthy domestic position. Top of the league, with a four point advantage over the team most likely to be our nearest challengers, is something we all would have taken quite happily at the season start. But there is no doubt … Continue reading Weekly blog: Up and down form, Ibrox entry and match day reports