What a week to finish a memorable season. I’ll stop short of saying successful because that is the fine margins of our adventure. Seville was a dream that we should remember fondly even if part of us all know, even if we won’t admit to it, that it was an opportunity missed. For any team … Continue reading Memorable 21/22 season, now what’s next this summer?
TextToSpeech.m4aDownload NEW - You can listen 👂🏻 by clicking the download button here 👆🏻 ****** What a week for Rangers. The first place to start is the squad and manager. The truth is they deserve nothing but praise and adulation for the effort and performance. St Mirren dispatched confidently before two superhuman efforts against Braga … Continue reading Super Rangers roar again, has Giovanni answered his critics and a look at Sunday’s officiating
If you are throwing objects whilst at our games, then think. If you are invading pitches or encouraging your offspring to do so, then think. If you are embarrassing this club with your songbook and pissed up behaviour, then think. If you have to resort to racially abusing our players on social media or otherwise, … Continue reading Gio will get the blame. The reality is the dismal failings of Ross Wilson and boardroom mismanagement is every bit as culpable
Today is the first of many huge matches in the month of April. Arguably it starts with the biggest. This is a must win. A draw would leave us facing an uphill task, a defeat and it’s almost certainly the end of any championship defence, a win and it’s game on for the title. Celtic … Continue reading Toothless Rangers fall short in Old Firm let down
The most important thing at Rangers is Rangers itself. For me, that has been forgotten in the last week. As I listened to Alex McLeish talk emotionally of his love for this club and his joy to sit in the Ibrox dug out one last time, it struck me the effect Rangers can have on … Continue reading April is upon us and it’s time to concentrate on what matters most