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  1. 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
  2. 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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