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  1. Go on, admit it! If someone had said to you this time last year after Celtic were handed the 2019/20 league title in March, we'd be sitting in mid April 2021 having won our 55th title an impressive five weeks before, you'd think they were a few sandwiches short of a picnic. Sure, there had been signs of progress under Steven Gerrard. Our European efforts were, by and large, very good since he had taken over. We'd also started to offer Celtic difficulties in our head-to-head matches and showed we could beat them home and away. Importantly, our style of football was good and our s
  2. IMO this will be our hardest game of the season. Discuss...
  3. Hagi and the gaffer currently doing today's press conference for Sunday!
  4. I'm told @Govan Rear Bearwill have a preview for your pleasure later today but in the meantime, you can check out the presser for tomorrow's match here:
  5. Easter Road provides stiff test for Gerrard and Rangers as they make final push for title. Easter Road is not a ground new to the concept of being an important venue in Rangers’ attempts to stop Celtic winning ‘ten-in-a-row’. It was there on 29 March 1975 that Rangers secured the league title for the first time in nine attempts and stopped Jock Stein’s Celtic from amassing ten consecutive titles. Rangers arrived on that day knowing that if they avoided defeat the title they so badly craved would be theirs. However Eddie Turnbull had created a formidable Hib
  6. We're only three weeks into 2021 and already it seems a lot longer since we beat Celtic on the 2nd January at Ibrox. It's fair to say we weren't at our best in that match and, although Celtic's supposed dominance actually petered out midway through the first half, the red card for Nir Bitton was a big help, as was the rather fortunate winning goal that came off Calum McGregor. However, after various pieces of misfortune in recent times, one doesn't look a gift horse in the mouth. That Old Firm topped off what had been an excellent December results-wise for
  7. Preview from @Govan Rear Bear Preview: Motherwell v Rangers Sunday, 12:00 Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Football. With Rangers going into this weekend’s game against Motherwell 21 points clear of Celtic, unbeaten in the league to date and on a superb winning run, you’d be excused for thinking that Sunday’s game against Motherwell was a mere formality. It is fair to say that Motherwell have not had their troubles to seek in what has been a bleak season so far. The Steelmen are currently without in a win eleven games and sit ten
  8. 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
  9. 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
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