Should Gerrard keep tinkering?

by Kenny Boag. Rangers lost 2-1 to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Wednesday night. A  Rangers  bound Jordan Jones, 66 minute winner was enough to see off Gerrard’s Rangers team that included veteran signings Jermaine Defoe and Steven Davies.   There was a feel good factor for many Rangers fans heading into the game against 3rd placed Kilmarnock. The team had finished the first half … Continue reading Should Gerrard keep tinkering?

Half Time in The Scottish Premiership Is Almost Over

By Scott Gibson We have had everything, from death threats to referees to Kilmarnock becoming title contenders. It’s been a thrilling and a riveting fight at the top of the league table. Yet, it’s not been just the top of the table that has kept us Scottish Football fanatics glued to their TV screens, teams such as Dundee, St Mirren and Hamilton have failed to … Continue reading Half Time in The Scottish Premiership Is Almost Over

Pressure on Referee’s Intensifies Following Weekend Action

By Jack Currie Many of Scottish football referee’s must be thinking of Matt McGinn’s famous lyrics from his song “Footba’ Referee” during recent times. McGinn once wrote a song about the trials and tribulations of being a Scottish football referee, and the seemingly poor decision that was made to become a referee. The line of “Why did I ever become a fitba’ referee” must ring … Continue reading Pressure on Referee’s Intensifies Following Weekend Action

Rangers in Moscow – Blue Wave Descends on Red Square

by David Marshall Over 700 Rangers fans are expected to travel to Moscow ahead of the Ibrox side’s Europa League tie with Spartak Moscow. Rangers Supporters Liaison Officer, Greg Marshall, says that huge travelling support is ‘incredible’. He continued: “I’ve always said that we have the best support in the country and when you look at the amount of people we have going on a … Continue reading Rangers in Moscow – Blue Wave Descends on Red Square

O’Hara: ‘Things are only going to get better at Dens’

By Tom Mackinnon DUNDEE midfielder Mark O’Hara has insisted things can’t get much worse at Dens and the squad are rallying around under-fire gaffer Neil McCann. “Everybody’s very together and obviously it’s not ideal how we’ve started but I think the way everyone’s come together things are only going to get better” said the 21-year-old. Saturday’s 0-0 draw Kilmarnock looks to be a turning point … Continue reading O’Hara: ‘Things are only going to get better at Dens’

Alves injured ahead of Dundee vs Rangers

By Lewis Birrell BRUNO ALVES could miss Rangers’ trip to Dundee on Friday night due to a back problem.  The Portuguese defender was absent on Saturday as his side crashed to a 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Hamilton Accies. Rumors were rife that the 35-year-old had allegedly refused to accept a spot on the Ibrox club’s bench. Caretaker manager, Graeme Murty insists the … Continue reading Alves injured ahead of Dundee vs Rangers

Ibrox legends call for ‘Rangers man’ to take charge

By Stuart Reid Ibrox legends Michael Mols and Arthur Numan today said Rangers needed to turn to a man who knows the club in their search for a new manager. Pedro Caixinha was sacked as manager of Rangers last month and as of yet, the search for a new man to take charge of the Ibrox Club has proved unsuccessful. Many different names have been thrown … Continue reading Ibrox legends call for ‘Rangers man’ to take charge

O’Hara: ‘We can beat Rangers’

By Tom Mackinnon DUNDEE star Mark O’Hara believes his side have enough to cause the Ibrox side problems on Friday night at Dens. The ex-Kilmarnock midfielder believes the combination of an encouraging draw with his former club last weekend and Rangers 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Hamilton can give his side the confidence needed to beat the Gers. “Hopefully that first clean sheet … Continue reading O’Hara: ‘We can beat Rangers’

Scottish football fans on who should be the next Rangers manager [VIDEO]

Scottish football fans speculate on who should take over from sacked gaffer Pedro Caixinha at the Ibrox club. Caixinha was dismissed 10 days ago and Graeme Murty has taken charge of the club, winning his two games in control, on an interim basis. WATCH BELOW: Continue reading Scottish football fans on who should be the next Rangers manager [VIDEO]