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  1. NICKY CLARK and Rangers legend Mark Hateley today helped launch Follow We Will: The Fall and Rise of Rangers at Ibrox Stadium. An incisive, thoughtful analysis of the causes and legacy from Rangers financial collapse Follow We Will counters the biases, failures and apathy attached to the club in an uncompromising analysis that promotes scrutiny and activism. Follow We Will features an exclusive interview with Lee Wallace and forewords by Walter Smith and Professor Graham Walker. It was written by leading commentators, journalists, university lecturers, and, most importantly, fans. Its
  2. ALLY McCOIST is hopeful of tying up a deal for Bilel Mohsni soon as the players agent continues talks with Rangers CEO Craig Mather. * The defender impressed in training and matches during the clubâ??s tours to northern Scotland and Germany. Now the Rangers boss is eager for deal to be sealed to secure the tall centre back as his eighth addition to the squad this summer. McCoist said: â??Iâ??m very hopeful that a deal is being done with Mohsni as we speak. His agent is up at the moment and is speaking with Craig. â??Nothing is over the line yet but I would be hopeful that we might
  3. ALLY McCOIST will do without four of his new players until September, when the clubâ??s transfer embargo is lifted. Here we explain who can and canâ??t play in the opening weeks of the season, with different rules applied to each competition. INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER CLEARANCE Only players whose registrations were previously held in Scotland are eligible to appear as trialists before September. That means Richard Foster, Steven Smith and Arnold Peralta will not play competitively until September. RAMSDENS CUP McCoist can select two of his new players for Sundayâ??s matc
  4. ALLY McCOIST faces shuffling his squad for five weeks until the clubâ??s registration embargo is lifted. The Rangers boss has secured seven new faces already this summer, with some able to feature in the coming month as trialists. However differences in each competition mean he will have a different squad to select from for just about every match until September. He explained: â??Itâ??s extremely difficult for us. We can play two trialists in the Ramsdens Cup as long as their international clearance is in Scotland. â??If weâ??re lucky enough to qualify for the next round however we then
  5. ALLY MCCOIST believes Rangers earned their fifth pre-season win on the bounce after his sideâ??s strong second-half display against FC Emmen today. The manager was understandably thrilled to see new signing Jon Daly net his first goal for the Light Blues and with the quality of strike he produced in the 49th minute. As Rangers prepare to return to Glasgow this evening McCoist expressed his delight at the way his team have performed this summer and the fitness levels they have achieved during their seven days at the Klosterpforte Hotel in Marienfeld, Germany. He said: â??I am delighted ag
  6. RANGERS will face English Premier League side Newcastle United in a glamour friendly at Ibrox on Tuesday, 6 August 2013, kick-off 7.45pm.* Alan Pardew's side will provide a solid test for Ally McCoist's squad ahead of the new league campaign and will bring a strong pool of players to Glasgow next month. Top drawer talent like Dutch goalkeeper Tim Krul, Argentine stars Fabricio Coloccini and Jonas Gutierrez, Ivory Coast midfielder Cheik Tiote and Senegal strike star Papiss Cisse are all expected to feature on the hallowed turf. There is also a distinctly French flavour to the Newcastle sq
  7. FRASER AIRD could be set to nail his national colours to the mast after being called up to the Scotland under-19 squad. Toronto-born Aird is also wanted by Canada and was named in a provisional squad for the full national team for this summerâ??s Gold Cup competition. However, the call-up by the Canadians was not pursued formally and they went to the tournament in the USA without him and finished bottom of their group with just one point. Aird has been non-committal on his international future although he has represented Scotland at under-17 level and he could play for the Scots at all a
  8. KENNY McDOWALL watched Belil Mohsni turn in another impressive display for Rangers then spoke of his hope Craig Mather can strike a deal with the defender. French-Tunisian Mohsni once again strolled through this eveningâ??s match as FC Gutersloh were beaten 1-0 and he played the full 90 minutes. He nearly scored his first goal for the club in the first half and was unfortunate to see a strong header rebound off the bar. Chief executive Mather was in Germany to see tonightâ??s fixture and he has spoken to the 25-year-old today. Nothing has been agreed yet but there is an appetite on all
  9. RANGERS have been struck by deeply saddening news for the second time this week following the death of former manager Davie White. White, who was only the fourth man to manage Rangers, passed away yesterday at the age of 80 following a short illness. His death has come just two days after the passing of former vice-chairman Jack Gillespie and the Rangers players will wear black armbands tonight in their friendly match against Gutersloh in Germany as a mark of respect. White was manager of Rangers between 1967 and 1969 and even although his time at Ibrox was unsuccessful overall he rem
  10. IAN DURRANT says Rangers will spend the next few days working at the best summer training camp venue heâ??s ever experienced. The Light Blues arrived in Germany last night having flown to Munster in the hours after their friendly meeting with Bristol City at Ashton Gate. Until Saturday, theyâ??ll be staying at the stunning Hotel Klosterpforte in sleepy Marienfeld, a short journey from Bielefeld in North-Rhine Westphalia. Portugalâ??s base during the 2006 World Cup, it has its own dedicated sport hotel specifically designed for football teams to train at. The likes of Borussia Dortmu
  11. A GROUND-BREAKING partnership between Rangers Football Club and Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, is set to bring fans into a whole new era of in-depth, WiFi-based engagement with the club. In a seven-figure investment, the club is working with Huawei to provide one of football's first fully converged stadium-wide WiFi deployments. The market-leading project will ultimately give every fan seated at Ibrox â?? as well as those in the approaches, concourse, restaurants and corporate areas â?? full, instant access to content-rich me
  12. IN the first of a new series of exclusive, in-depth and hard-hitting TV interviews, James Traynor speaks to Rangers Manager Ally McCoist and supporters will be able to watch it for free on the official Rangers website tomorrow. For around 30 minutes, Traynor grills McCoist on a variety of topics and asks the questions Rangers fans want answers to. In a no holds barred, and sometimes heated sit-down at Murray Park, McCoist covers a variety of topics:* he reveals his vision for the future of Rangers he outlines his tactical philosophy how he wants the new-look Light Blues to
  13. FORMER Rangers striker Gordon Durie has joined the clubâ??s coaching staff to work with the reserve and under-20 players. The 47-year-old spent almost seven years with the Light Blues between 1993 and 2000, scoring 58 times in 171 appearances. Most famously, his hat-trick helped defeat Hearts 5-1 in the 1996 Scottish Cup final at Hampden, with Brian Laudrup assisting him each time and scoring twice himself. Durie had moved into coaching with East Fife and was appointed as assistant manager there in 2010 before taking charge himself last year. Indeed, he was on the touchline at Ibrox las
  14. CRAIG MATHER admits Rangers may have to move more players on in order to shape the squad the way Ally McCoist wants it. The manager is still keen to recruit additional new faces for the forthcoming campaign, during which the Light Blues will be favourites to win the Second Division. So far chief executive Mather has been keen to facilitate McCoistâ??s wishes and that remains the case â?? but only to a point. The Lancastrian knows thereâ??s a requirement to stay within the budget and that means people may have to move on. Gers are making saving after losing the likes of Carlos Bocanegra,
  15. RANGERS have appointed Jim Henry as their new Head of Sports Science following Adam Owenâ??s recent departure for Sheffield United. Henry started with the club earlier this week and arrives at the Light Blues with a great deal of Premiership experience. Having begun working in football in 1996, he had nearly four years as Aston Villaâ??s first-team fitness coach between 2006 and 2010. Henry also spent time at Sunderland as their Head of Athletic Performance at first-team level between November 2011 and March this year. A former Scottish judo internationalist, his methods have attracted
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