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  1. Dear all, Last year we indicated that we were hoping to see if we could get a Gersnet Podcast on the go and, after some discussions and very early preliminary testing, we're confident that we'll be able to progress this over the coming weeks with a view to having something ready to go for the end of this season (or certainly for the new campaign in the summer). The format we're looking to go with is that of a nominal host with a couple of guests per pod and we'd initially be looking to run these monthly (audio only to start). I think we'd aim at around 30-40mins length
  2. As most of you will be aware, we've been doing some testing lately with regard to starting a new Gersnet Podcast. A few technical teething issues aside, this testing has been going very well and we're confident that we can get this up and running properly over the next couple of weeks. Before we do though, we're going to have one final test this weekend and that's where you can come in. Given there is no Rangers game, we'd like to discuss your questions on this week's trial pod. Anything goes (within reason) so we're happy to discuss as wide a range of Rangers relate
  3. An excellent article on the main today from @JohnMcIntosh19 https://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/news-category/current-affairs/869-the-increasing-value-of-james-tavernier James Tavernier has probably been the biggest enigma in the Rangers side over the last few seasons in terms of splitting the opinions of many supporters. Whilst his attacking threat and excellent output going forward has never really been questioned, his defensive qualities, lack of positional awareness and a failure to competently defend his back post definitely have been. I’ll start this off
  4. Graeme Murty has been in charge for a while now, and over the course of his tenure we have seen him experiment with a number of different shapes; some have worked, but others have not. A fruitful trip to Florida last week has hinted at another change of shape, and a new tactical focus, which we may see more of when Rangers return to domestic duty in the coming week. When he first took over, Murty quickly looked to go back to a 4-4-2, with two wingers and Miller roaming off Morelos. But, Rangers were too easily outnumbered and overrun in midfield. We also never had the number, or qu
  5. By Geordie Perks Rangers encouraging recruitment drive raises more answers than questions with back-to-their-roots feel - Perks Graeme Murty and Mark Allen's encouraging mix of of signings has convinced Geordie. IT may not be the best of British – but Rangers’ recruitment drive does have a back-to-their-roots feel about it. There are no exotic experiments for Graeme Murty and his director of football Mark Allen’s with their identification of January transfer targets. And the bigger picture is looking very encouraging.
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