Jump to content
 
 
 
 

T-1000

Members
  • Content Count

    259
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

42 Excellent

About T-1000

  • Rank
    Youth Team

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. From Kent's displays against various opposition it is evident that he is regarded by them as a dangerous player who they have to watch closely. This can be seen by the way opposition players swarm round him. This, in itself, is useful because it opens up space for other Rangers players. The issue I have with Kent is that he does not always play with his head up and tries to do too much. He has to realise that having drawn players to him he can then release the ball to a colleague rather than attempting to dribble past the opposition. If Kent can improve his decision making then he will be a real asset for Rangers.
  2. I may be going out on a limb here but I can genuinely see us not just challenging but actually winning the title strongly next season. BlackSocksRedTops, whilst I agree with your sentiment I think you have to also consider the other side of the coin. Celtic will have a new manager and assuming this is not Lennon that may give them a bit of a lift. It is likely that there will be at least some overhaul of their playing staff in the summer. Judging from the results against ourselves and earlier ones where they squeezed out a win it is apparent that their squad does not have the necessary strength. The directors of Celtic I am sure will have been annoyed that they lost to us, since undoubtedly they want to go for ten in a row and see that this is now in jeopardy. For that reason I can see considerable funds being made available to whoever becomes the manager. Let us hope that they choose the wrong manager and that they buy flops.
  3. DMAA, I take your point about lack of end product particularly goals but prior to the introduction of Defoe this might also have been said about other players in the team. At various times during the season we have been heavily reliant on Tav providing the spark that leads to a goal. Both Kent and Middleton need to improve certain, different, aspects of their game. Incidentally, I thought Tav would have been a better candidate for POTY.
  4. Being nominated for POTY and YPOTY suggests otherwise.
  5. Johnnyk, not doubting your recollection of the conversation but I am surprised that SG would make a comparison with one of our current players.
  6. I thought he was strong in the air but just average on the ground. Against a quick and lively centre forward I think his deficiencies might have been more exposed than they were today.
  7. We saw about a week ago Aberdeen drew with Celtic by sitting deep and going man to mani in the midfield. We knew it was likely they would do the same against us. Equally predictable was the team and shape we played; this would not have been a surprise to McInnes. Aberdeen were in their comfort zone playing the game they wanted to play. I think SG should have have started with one or two surprises, such as two up front, a backline of 3 or at least something that would be different from our norm. Aberdeen would then have to react and possibly we would have more joy as they adapted. Another issue apparent from last night is how bereft we are off game changers on the subs bench. Davis and Coulibaly have both been mediocre of late and so far Lafferty and Defoe have been ok but not much more than that. I think there is plenty for SG to ponder over.
  8. Good to see Worrall getting his goal and he put in some solid tackles in the second half.
  9. I think Alfredo may well leave in the Summer to an EPL club anyway but with Rodgers being more aware of his potential I think it just increases slightly such a move happening. Losing Kent to Leicester would be a blow.
  10. I think Kamara's top must have been through the wash a few times.
  11. Your wish has been granted.
  12. I think one of the issues for Kent is that teams have sussed out he is one of our most creative outlets and are looking to stifle him by doubling up and reducing the space in which he operates. I would, however, agree that he needs to play with his head up a bit more and when to charge forward and when to pass.
  13. It was a disgraceful high boot by Power. You can see that just prior to the incident Power had a look and knew Jack was there and likely to head the ball. Therefore it appears to me that the high boot by Power was premeditated and that it had a good chance of connecting with Jack's head.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.