Rangers have had to listen to a lot of noise in the run up to the Scottish cup game this weekend past and I said last week I had hoped they would use it as an incentive. Let’s be completely honest, it is disrespectful the lack of credit our club have been given and even … Continue reading This isn’t a power change, this is the normality, as Rangers stroll to easy Old Firm win
Rangers recorded their seventeenth victory from as many home games with a 2-1 victory over Hibernian yesterday. It wasn’t our most polished performance but before I get into reflecting on the match, it’s worth saying that it’s completely understandable that our performances may have dipped considering we won the league in the first week of … Continue reading We see you and we love it, Glasgow Rangers Champions
When is a legend really a legend? It’s a question that will provoke arguments and discussion on supporters buses, pubs and terraces everywhere or it will in normal times. Names such as John Greig, Sandy Jardine, Richard Gough, George Young and Ally McCoist are rightly bestowed as Rangers legends. There is universal agreement in that. … Continue reading This team are champions with legendary status but what makes a Rangers legend? Is James Tavernier a Rangers legend?
Rangers are champions and it has been an enjoyable month since our 55th title was clinched. However the season now once again ‘restarts’ as we look to clinch a double, with the Scottish cup now very much at the forefront of our intentions. No doubts the club have started to plan for next year with … Continue reading Wright up for the cup as Rangers look to finish at the double and a MyGers 21/22 competition
'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