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  1. Sorry guys no actual preview but I thought it would be easier to chat about this game on a new thread as opposed to the tail end of the St Mirren thread. Mods please feel free to merge and rename when it comes
  2. Thirty years ago Aberdeen beat Rangers 2-1 at Pittodrie. But that game is not remembered for any of the football played By Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports Blog Life was pretty good for Rangers fans at the start of the 1988-89 season. Seven wins out of eight in the Premier Division – including a 5-1 destruction of Celtic, who had won the title by finishing 12 points ahead of them the previous season – had catapulted Graeme Souness’s team to the top of the league. Rangers did suffer their first league defeat on 8 October, but that in itself was no disaster. Their loss at P
  3. Big game tomorrow. Hibs are on a decent run of form and so are we, so I'm expecting a more competitive match than we're used to (domestically), with both teams trying to score. I think Roofe will be the main man again. The likes of Arfield, Aribo and Hagi will hopefully be starting and raring to go. 'Mon The Rangers! 🇬🇧
  4. For decades psychologists have studied why humans are reluctant to accept randomness as simply part of life, instead are inclined to believe that we can, at least to some extent, predict, influence, and control the world around us. Of course there are many, many aspects of life we can influence and control, but there are just as many we can’t, so we create mechanisms to deal with these. For millennia different societies have reacted to low or reduced personal control by strongly endorsing a belief in the existence and influence of external controlling powers. These feelings manifest themselves
  5. "It is a case of taking each game as it comes, there is no point trying to plan too far ahead than the next game at the moment." Sitting top of both the Scottish Premiership and our Europa League group, still unbeaten in all competitions and with a goal difference that is unmatched in world football, means many Rangers fans are rightly confident at the moment: as are the players and that assurance has been reflected on the pitch. However, the quote above from Rangers manager Steven Gerrard ahead of our return European match with Benfica on Thursday night was wise indeed. Nothing
  6. In the absence of a written preview, why not join @Govan Rear Bear and @Gizmo231 for a video preview of Sunday's big game on our YouTube channel - live at 10pm tonight! Check out the tweet below for a cheeky wee promo from Colin inviting you to join him and David later...
  7. No written preview I'm afraid but @Gizmo231 and @Fat Eck have put together an excellent audio one which you can grab across our usual channels.
  8. An early Friday press conference to kick off our weekend lads. If anyone fancies putting together a written match preview for this or future games, it would be greatly appreciated.
  9. After yet another win, yet another clean sheet and yet another match without an opposition shot on target, it wasn't really a surprise to see Steven Gerrard get frustrated with one journalist in the post-Poznan presser when asked about Rangers managing to win despite not playing well in a supposed '7/10 performance'. The manager's sharp retort was understandable: yes, we may not always be at our very best in every game but that need not mean we played badly, just that the opposition can be of a standard to provide an actual contest where grit, hard work and patience can be just as important a
  10. The teenage "pitbull" who Rangers must muzzle to end Standard Liege's six year unbeaten home run in Europe RANGERS have been warned they will have to muzzle the teenage “pitbull” who has taken Belgian football by storm this season to stand any chance of ending Standard Liege’s remarkable 15 game unbeaten run at home in Europe. Steven Gerrard’s side play their opening Europa League group game against Philippe Montanier’s team in the Stade Maurice Dufrasne tomorrow evening and have high hopes of getting off to a winning start. The Ibrox club have done well away from home against
  11. It's fair to say Rangers supporters' apathy to international breaks has been increasingly noticeable over the last ten years. The 'journey', including an obvious lack of quality players for several years since we were demoted to 2012, meant few Rangers players were involved at that level. Other than Lee Wallace on our return to the top league, few Rangers players stood out enough to be considered good enough to play for Scotland, whilst the other foreign players we recruited were hardly top of their country's class either. Fortunately, as the Rangers team progresses and evolves s
  12. Presser currently taking place Injury update: Itten: Major doubt with 'small' knee problem Jack: Back in full training Barker: Back in full training Aribo: Progressing well Roofe: Progressing well
  13. Introduction Dubbed by some Rangers fans Willem II vs William's 11, although Thursday's game will be the first ever meeting of the two historic clubs there is a strange feeling of familiarity about this early season Europa League clash. Again, Rangers’ opening Europa League fixture involved a trip to Gibraltar to play on the same plastic pitch, with almost the exact same result. Coincidentally, our Dutch opponents met our 2nd round opponents of last year, Progrès Niederkorn, and dispatched of them with the same 5-0 scoreline. And whilst it was later in the competition we met a Dutch side
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