Thursday's result was a huge frustration for everyone involved at the club. From a seemingly comfortable position we managed to lose a game we really shouldn't have. Unfortunately for us we also contrived to make monumental individual errors and unfortunately James Tavernier was at the forefront of both. We don't need to dissect both mistakes, … Continue reading Ross Wilson set for DOF position as Rangers get ready to hand out new player contracts
Alfredo Morelos was on the verge of the Colombian national side for the Copa America this summer. Interest from various clubs in Germany, Italy and England was all real with various scouts regularly watching. He was having a blistering season but it was blighted by flashes of ill temper. What happened at Celtic Park was … Continue reading Alfredo Morelos – From the heart of Colombia
There is nothing I can say that will be a proper and fitting tribute to our former captain Fernando Ricksen Fernando sadly lost his battle with illness last week and the outpouring of tributes, to the man, a testament of how loved he was I met Fernando a few times over the years when I … Continue reading A star so bright, Fernando
As the dust settles from Sunday the disappointment is still as evident as it was come full time. Not often that we have completely let ourselves down in a ninety minutes under Steven Gerrard, but Sunday certainly ranks up there with the worst of them It's not often that I would say the management got … Continue reading Transfer window closes as the Jewel in the crown returns
Rangers good form has continued from pre season and we will now once again look to kick on into the next four huge matches. European qualification is now down to one last tie against Legia Warsaw in what promises to be the toughest test that Rangers have faced so far That's not downplaying the capabilities … Continue reading Huge games keep coming and are Rangers finished in the transfer market?
It wouldn't really be a normal day if a certain failed trialist Michael Stewart wasn't spouting some sort of anti-Rangers poisonous agenda driven nonsense This time however it is a bit more sinister In recent times there has been several shocking crushing incidents in Scottish football, most noticeably last year before the first Old Firm … Continue reading Michael Stewart – His sinister poisonous agenda unmasked
On the first day of the season last year Rangers went up to Aberdeen and dominated until one slip in the 93rd minute cost us 3pts The most gut wrenching of feelings only to be followed up by the exact same scenario 2 weeks later at Motherwell Arguably Rangers never recovered from these setbacks or … Continue reading It’s Gold for Rangers as we head to Denmark in high spirits